Between 1955 and July 2013, the employment rate of teenagers aged 16-19 fell from 43.4% to 26.6%. Rising family incomes surely allowed some youngsters to avoid the workforce altogether and rely on their parents for their material needs and wants. However, rising incomes is only a small part of the story. The teenage unemployment rate …
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