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The Struggle for Teen Jobs 1

The Struggle for Teen Jobs Judith Hobbs Comm/215 Rocquie O’ Rourke

The Struggle for Teen Jobs 2

The Struggle for Teen Jobs

If jobs are scare today, where can teens learn about managing money, job experience and what type of career they might be successful in and where they want to go in life. The percentage rate in Ohio is at 67%, California is 32.7%, and the lowest is in Nebraska at 9.7%. The adult unemployment is at a high of 7.3% and growing faster everyday with the economy. Teen unemployment can also hurt the family income, for the parents are unemployed and they cannot even find jobs. The teen unemployment figure is simple alarming, while the rest of the country is in an economic recession. The percentage of teen job loss in the past two years, is greater than all U>S> workers the first five years of the great depression of the 1930’s.The employment rate amomg teens is dismal with the rates of teen unemployment varing from stae to stae..

Your teen is competing with adults looking for jobs because their one family income cannot sustain the increase in food, gasoline, education and all the expenses thy have to cover to provide for their families. Most of us come to that retirement age and we think that we can retire but we find out that our retirement money will not sustain through the rest our lives , so the older generation have to work longer which is also taking the jobs away from our…...

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