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Professional video gamers earn lots of real life dollars

Apr 16, 2014
Top "Halo" and "Call of Duty" players bring in sponsors and crowds.
Posted In: Youth Radio, video games
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If adults use their phones more than teens, then who's "addicted"?

Jan 27, 2014
One teen says "Look at the data." Not on your phone.
Posted In: Youth Radio, cell phones, teenagers
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Artists use social media to make an "Insta-grand"

Nov 22, 2013
Artists are finding more ways to sell their work online.
Posted In: art, Youth Radio, instagram, social media, Victor Vazquez, Kool A.D.
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Some kids who have to think about work-life balance

Oct 28, 2013
Low-income youth have to pitch in and serve as another parent for their siblings.
Posted In: Youth Radio, low-income, work life balance
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Unemployed teens search for life lessons

Sep 10, 2013
Unlike a lot of teens, Kendrick Calkins has a job: He helps his grandfather fix old laundry machines.
Posted In: Youth Radio
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Jobstacles: For teens, soft skills are hard skills

Jun 20, 2013
Teen unemployment is at 24.4 percent, three times the national average. With opportunities so scarce, young jobseekers need to think about all the little things that could hurt their chances.
Posted In: Youth Radio, Unemployment, teenagers
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Jobstacles: Is it possible to have too many jobs?

Jun 7, 2013
As teenagers head out in search of summer jobs in a tough market, Youth Radio explores whether any job is a good job.
Posted In: Jobstacles, Youth Radio, youth employment, Unemployment
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Thinking ahead... way ahead: Millennials talk retirement

Mar 22, 2013
Older Americans staring at retirement in the face are finding it hard to save. So how does the millennial generation -- which faces a struggling economy and high student debt -- feel about life after work?
Posted In: Retirement, millennials, Youth Radio
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Is your Halloween costume racist?

Oct 30, 2012
This is a free country, so you can dress up like anything you want for Halloween. But some costumes play on negative stereotypes.
Posted In: Halloween, Youth Radio
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Nevada program tries to bridge the skills gap

Sep 5, 2012
Youth Radio checks out a pilot program that tries to connect young people with manufacturers who are struggling to fill open jobs.
Posted In: manufacturing, Youth Radio, Nevada

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