Youth Perspectives

Why are fewer teenagers taking summer jobs? (Clue: it's not because they're lazy)

“Parents are saying there are other things you can do over the summer that will create value for you – and you don’t have to go flip burgers.” Image: REUTERS/DAVID GRAY

Elliot Lasson

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