The summer job is considered a rite of passage for the American Teenager. It is a time when tossing newspaper bundles and bussing restaurant tables acts as a rehearsal for weightier adult responsibilities, like bundling investments and bussing dinner-party plates. But in the last few decades, the summer job has been disappearing.
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Ice cream still needs scooping, beaches still need guarding and campers still need counseling. But now, there are way fewer teenagers doing it all this summer. Sincethe share of to year-olds who are working has plummeted by 40 percent, with fewer than a third of American teenagers in a job last summer.
For most New Yorkers, the Christmas shopping season provides a festive opportunity to purchase something special for close friends and family. But for young city residents like me, the holiday season also provides a much needed opportunity to find part-time jobs. Major retailers including Target, Macy's and Bloomingdales are looking to fill thousands of positions in to help staff the Christmas rush.
Jobs for Teens in New York. Landmark Theatres. Regal Cinemas.
Stallings, 18, says he has been looking for three months, burning gasoline to get to the mall, then filling out applications at stores selling skateboard T-shirts, beach sandals and baseball caps. He likes the idea of working amid the goods he covets. But so far, no offers. As the forces of economic downturn ripple widely across the United States, the job market of is shaping up as the weakest in more than half a century for teenagers looking for summer work, according to labor economists, government data and companies that hire young people.
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