Summer jobs may be hard to come by for teens

Monday, April 27, 2009 2:52 PM
Last updated 5:47 PM
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Traditionally, April-July is when teens are seeking jobs, but the unemployment rate for those 16 to 19 in March was 21.7 percent. Last year, it was 15.8 percent.

Jobs may be more scarce this summer, but a bit of preparation may ease the search. We have some tips coming Tuesday in the Xtreme section to help a teen find gainful employment.

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andywarhol 04/27/09 - 04:52 pm
Join the National Guard or

Join the National Guard or Reserves. Or active duty. Do a split-op and do basic training your Junior/Senior Summer. Get Paid!

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