Although an after-school job seems like a time-honored tradition, the number of teens who work has actually fallen in recent years. The decline in the teenage workforce may be partially due to the difficulty many teens have finding work. Other teens may be opting out of working while in high school because they're schedules are already overflowing. Between sports practices and long hours studying, there might not be much time left over to get a part-time job. While there are some potential perks to working while in high school, research shows there are some drawbacks as well. If you're thinking of letting your teen enter the workforce, you should consider the potential risks as well as the benefits.
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School is a wonderful place where students can have knowledge about multifarious subject. School is also a center of their life due to the time they spent yonder. With school as a core in the life of a teenager, we have on other hand jobs which have the same level of importance that school. Despite after jobs are not well appreciated, it fulfils some need for a student and help the student in a regular basis in the same way that the school.
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Jerald G. Bachman is a distinguished senior research scientist at the Institute for Social Research and a research professor at the Survey Research Center at the University of Michigan. Questions about whether teenagers should be employed during the school year have interested social scientists for many decades.