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Work and Civil Service
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Teenage Employment Internationally Industrialized countries 75% of U.S. high school juniors hold jobs during the school  year 25%  of Japanese and Taiwanese juniors do so  Paid employment even rarer in most European countries Virtually nonexistent in France, Russia, Hungary, and Switzerland Structured apprenticeship programs in career-related jobs  more common in other countries
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The Adolescent Workplace Common Adolescent Jobs Differences based on Region, Age Gender Rural regions: agricultural jobs Younger teens: babysitting and yard work Older teens:  employed in the retail and service industries  Boys:  manual labor  Girls:  service positions
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Traditional societies Work brings adolescent into contact with adults Research on U.S. Workplace Other workers were teenagers Supervisor wasn’t much older
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course PYSC 521 taught by Professor Dr.zarrett during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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