Saturday, January 28, 2017
Part-Time Jobs: Are They Common for Young People in Your Country?
I have often taught my children (those who were or are currently in high school) about the importance of getting a job to learn responsibility and earn their own spending money in the United States, but I realize that this same idea and value might not be the same around the world for any number of reasons.
So, do children between the ages of 12-18 often get part-time jobs in your country (examples might include babysitting, delivering newspapers, working on a farm or in restaurant, tutoring other kids in school, etc.)? Why or why not?
What benefits can come from holding a job at certain ages during one's life?
Posted by Randall Davis at 6:24 PM