Nearly 30% of high school students are employed in a job for at least a portion of the school year. For many working a job provides spending money for a social life. For others working is necessary to help the family make ends meet or to save for college.

High School Job Statistics 2022 - Zippia

05‏/04‏/2022 — Just under 30% of high school-age students have jobs. This percentage is higher for students with summer jobs as 30.8% of 16- to 19-year-olds ... Redmore...

Why so few teenagers have jobs anymore - CNBC

06‏/10‏/2019 — Teens are less likely to work part-time while in school and also less likely to work over the summer according to a study by the Hamilton ... Redmore...

U.S. teens (16-19) enrolled in school and working 1985-2020 - Statista

U.S. teens (16-19) enrolled in school and working 1985-2020 - Statista
U.S. teens (16-19) enrolled in school and working 1985-2020 - Statista

22‏/10‏/2021 — In 2020 around 17.6 percent of teenagers between ages 16 and 19 were employees while enrolled at school in the United States. Redmore...

QoD What % of teens worked part-time in school in 2020? - Blog

07‏/03‏/2022 — Answer 17.6%. Questions Do you or do you plan to work part-time while in school or college? If so how many hours do you want to work? Redmore...

Teen summer employment rises after slump early in COVID pandemic

Teen summer employment rises after slump early in COVID pandemic
Teen summer employment rises after slump early in COVID pandemic

21‏/06‏/2022 — And this year many adults still have not reentered the job market. ... more students enrolled in high school or college over the summer; ... Redmore...

College Enrollment and Work Activity of Recent High School and College ...

College Enrollment and Work Activity of Recent High School and College ...
College Enrollment and Work Activity of Recent High School and College ...

26‏/04‏/2022 — Among college students those enrolled full time were much less likely to participate in the labor force in October 2021 than were part-time ... Redmore...

Working a lot in high school can short-change students future

“The students who seem to do best are those who are able to get and hold a job by the time they are seniors in high school” Bachman said “but who do not ... Redmore...