Wednesday, July 09, 2003

Teen Summer Jobs Market is Worst Since World War II

U.S. Newswire reports:

New data on employment rates show the proportion of teenagers who have summer jobs has fallen so dramatically it is now lower than any year since the end of World War II, making the summer of 2003 the worst in nearly 60 years, according to Northeastern University's Center for Labor Market Studies and the National League of Cities.

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