Teen jobs and current recession
Soaring Teen Unemployment Could Have Lifetime Effects
The recession of the early 2000s hit teen jobs hard, and they never fully recovered. Even before the current recession, the teen work rate was below 40 percent. Now, adults are accepting low
See which jobs will survive the next recession - CNBC
Teen summer employment fell sharply after the 2001 recession, and even more sharply during and after the Great Recession. Only about 30 of teens had jobs in the summers of 2010 and 2011. Since then, the teen summer employment rate has edged higher, reaching 35 last summer, but is still below prerecession levels.
Teenage employment at its best point since the recession
More than 8 million jobs were lost during the last recession. Although no one is expecting the next downturn to be that severe, it pays to prepared.