Having an in-person job at a restaurant or grocery story can give teens the chance to be part of a team and help them build communication skills.
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Teens looking for summer work may think “side hustles” and social media are the only ways to make money.“What we hear from a lot of young people is that they'd rather try to start a business than have traditional jobs,” says Ed Grocholski, chief marketing officer of Junior Achievement USA, an organization that helps young...
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