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  • Facing historic labor changes, companies snap up teenagers

    The Wall Street Journal - 04/16/2018

    The payoff of higher education was so great, many teens would forgo working in high school and early in college. Some focused on volunteering, sports and other enrichment activities, while others didn’t work because automation and competition with immigrants made some typical teen jobs harder to find, said Northeastern University economist Alicia Sasser Modestino.

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