Number of high-school students with jobs hits 20-year low
"In the long run, the trend could produce more and more young adults who lack the basic skills, such as how to interact with a customer, gained while working early in life. The longer a young person goes without a job,Mr. Sum said, the less attractive he or she looks to employers.
“There’s only one way you can learn how to work — you’ve got to work,” he said."