Family: Like, Hire Me, Dude

Help Wanted!" might be the cry from your high-schooler when he starts looking for a job this month. Andrew Sum, director of the Center for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University, predicts the job market for teens this summer will be one of the worst in 40 years. Without being too pushy, parents can help guide the search.First, suggest that they start now, since employers hire early for the summer. Usually resumes aren't necessary for entry-level positions at movie theaters and fast...
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