or job availability differs from place to place.
Depends on where you live.
i agree. i'm a senior in college and throughout my time here, i've heard many of my peers say they wouldn't work in fast-food restaurants but are BROKE AS HELL eating ramen noodles every night. pride issues. get what you can take until you have something (a degree, a skill) to get something better.
Are you kidding with this.
Do you really think a minimum wage job can support a family?
You know not everyone lives where you are right? Some places have it worse. Ask someone in Detroit.
Quoting lwalker270:Are you kidding with this. Do you really think a minimum wage job can support a family?
Well um hello those people shouldn't have had kids!
I just rolled my eyeballs out of my head.
this is sarcasm guys I thought the whole eyerolling thing would have been obvious
TX has it good, WV not so much...local unemployment varies greatly nationwide.
Summer jobs for teens are easier to find and get. Not that hard to figure out. I have been turned down for jobs with the reason given ... I wanted to know why so I asked ... so that a teen could have a summer job. Cheap labor. No benefits required.
I have to agree that it has a lot to do with where you live. I live in a small town and my neighbor's 17 year old is having one heck of a time finding a job. And it is NOT for a lack of trying. He has put in applications everywhere.
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