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Making Sure Your Teen's Job Is Safe

Making Sure Your Teen's Job Is Safe

Resources

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Web SiteSnag a Job
http://www.snagajob.com
This site contains part-time, summer, and hourly employment information, plus tips on writing resumes and handling interviews.

Web SiteQuintessential Careers for Teens
http://www.quintcareers.com/teen_jobs.html
This site has job and career advice for teens, including part-time and summer employment.

Web SiteI Could Be
http://www.icouldbe.org
This website connects teens with career mentors over the Internet to help teens discover their potential.

Web SiteThe National Consumers League
http://www.nclnet.org/
A private nonprofit advocacy group, the National Consumers League represents consumers on marketplace and workplace issues.

Web SiteU.S. Department of Labor
http://www.dol.gov/
The Department of Labor works to inform and advocate for job-seekers, the employed, and the retired.

Web SiteYouth Venture
http://www.youthventure.org
Youth Venture helps young people develop their own opportunities for leadership through community service organizations, small business ventures, or after-school clubs.



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