Teenage Job Market on the Rise
Teenage job seekers had a pretty good month of May.
The government's May job report shows a seasonally adjusted increase of sixty-seven thousand teenagers between the ages of sixteen and nineteen with jobs.
That's the biggest May increase in that reading since 1999.
Experts say, while encouraging, the numbers aren't a sign of an easy job market for teens, who are still struggling with almost a twenty-five percent unemployment rate.
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