INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Teen employment on 'upward trend'

2013-06-20T13:55:00Z 2013-06-20T16:51:53Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Teen employment on 'upward trend'Gerry Dick Inside Indiana Business
June 20, 2013 1:55 pm  • 

The chief executive officer of the Indiana Youth Institute says summer teen employment could return to pre-recession levels this summer. Bill Stanczykiewicz says the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is reporting more openings at businesses that tend to hire teenagers including restaurants, amusement parks and landscaping companies. He says increased employment benefits teens beyond a paycheck. Stanczykiewicz discussed the trend on Inside INdiana Business Television.


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