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What adults are missing about teens and screens
In a new book, two Harvard researchers reveal the complex social issues teens grapple with in today’s digital world.
Summer jobs are plentiful. Applicants are not.
Summer tourism industries continue to face a worker shortage and climbing wages. Teenagers, especially, are in demand.
More high schools may start the day later ... because teens need more sleep
While pediatricians support a change, some districts say it would upend child care and work schedules for families.
How a Kentucky teen is balancing work and her first year of college
Aneesha Edwards has a full tuition scholarship but still expects to take on about $10,000 of debt every year she's in school.
Teens filled the worker gap this summer, but what happens when back-to-school time arrives?
Employers' flexibility can be the best way to both recruit and retain young workers.
For this teen, working a summer job is about more than some extra cash
Teenagers have been picking up more jobs during this year.
Teenagers are flooding the hot summer job market
Many employers are turning to younger people to fill labor shortages as business reopen. Two teenagers share their work stories.
What one teen worker is looking for in a job this summer
Aneesha Edwards in Lexington, Kentucky, is spending her last summer before college working in retail, where customer traffic is steadier than food service.
Teenagers in search of summer jobs are in luck
A tight labor market has brought teen employment to its highest level in a decade.
The pandemic as seen by a high-school senior and his older brother
“It's very easy to just stay in your room all day and not let anybody know what's happening to you,” says student AJ Williams.