Teenagers who are looking for jobs might be receiving a lot of rejection. Part of the reason for teen unemployment is due to employer’s perceptions of young workers. With this in mind, it could be helpful to know what these preconceived notions are. A way to overcome a hiring manager’s doubts is to come in with the skills and attributes that they want. Here is some insight as to what these recruiters are looking for and why they are not hiring teens.
Teens who are looking for their first job may not know where to begin. Everyone needs advice that is unique to their situation. With that in mind, the following article lists valuable resources.
The list starts with resume tips and moves through the process of job searching, interviewing and working. Get advice on writing a resume, interviewing for jobs and selecting your life-long career!
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These are hand-picked articles by Teen Career Center from around the web regarding anything related to jobs for teens ages 16, 17, 18 and 19 years old. Please note the attribution to any original publication and author. To apply to jobs, see the job board on our Teen Jobs Board!