According to a Northeastern University Study, more teens across the nation are opting to skip summer work for summer fun at the beach or at home. Now, many experts say the lack of summer employment could affect a teenager's ability to properly adjust to the workforce later on in life. They say teens who decide to stay unemployed this summer will miss out on valuable money management and work ethic skills. Some local employment agencies say the best job opportunities for teenagers are administrative assistants and paid internships.
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