Employers' flexibility can be the best way to both recruit and retain young workers.
Teenagers have been picking up more jobs during this year.
Aneesha Edwards in Lexington, Kentucky, is spending her last summer before college working in retail, where customer traffic is steadier than food service.
“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.
Teens need a little extra nudging to cast ballots, so organizers in Georgia are reaching out by email, phone and more.
Phones, food and clothes continue to be in; handbags are right out.
As the cost of cars, insurance and drivers ed has climbed, the number of teen drivers has fallen.