On teen jobs
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Benefits of teen work
45 Best Part-Time Jobs for Teens
Parents and teens should certainly consider work as a positive extracurricular experience, but not overdo it to the point of it hindering development. You can always trust food and hospitality employers are actively seeking help. In the Research in the Sociology of Work piece we find that working too many hours starts to reduce the positive effects. We're talking about the effect that joblessness has on teenagers and their employment lives later on. Many companies are very generous with the discounts they give their employees.
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Teen Jobs Offer More Than Spare Cash, Expert Says : NPR
And, of course, we do not condone exploitative work in any amount. I think if you look at the numbers over the last decade, teen employment in a lot of traditional teen sectors, like retail or sales, has actually fallen, while the number of people who are age 55 and older has risen in those sectors. The hours are very early in the morning, but the pay is decent. April 10, PM ET. Note Your email address is used only to let the recipient know who sent the email. You may want to go out with your friends on Friday night and pay for the meal or the movie. There are several studies that show summer jobs for teens pay a long-term dividend in higher earnings and reduced crime.
These studies focus on the time trade-off work represents, and frame working as a negative influence on family relationships. The effects go beyond just their relationship with their parents. But there are even more studies hailing the benefits of high-school completion and college attendance , and many teens have to choose between education and work. First, the rise of low-skill immigration in the last few decades has created more competition for exactly the sort of jobs that teenagers used to do, like grocery-store cashiers, restaurant servers, and retail salespeople. We took the average employment rate for June, July and August of each year as our measure of summer employment.