I have a sentence using suggest:
Adults with a wide range of work experience can suggest young people the most effective strategies to look for a job.
The absence of "to" in the words "suggest young people" seems wrong. But including "to," ,as in "can suggest to young people" doesn't sound right either. Suggest to in that usage could mean that the young people have that thought occur to them spontaneously: "It suggested to the young people that..."
Here, I want to say that adults are actually making a suggestion. What can I replace suggest or suggest to with, in order to make it clear that the adults are making a suggestion?