Teens less likely to have summer jobs than previous generations


INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Teenagers are less likely to work summer jobs than pervious generations and some blame school.

Business Insider says almost 60 percent of teens in 1979 had a job, compared to 34 percent in 2015.

Summer homework, which accompanies many of the advanced placement and honors classes at school is preventing many kids from working during the summer months.

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