Teen employment during vacation seasons or after school can be commendable, rewarding, and excellent experience.
But can also raise some taxing questions for parents.
- Does your teen have a job?
- If so, how old was he or she when he or she first started working?
- Do you know your teen’s boss?
- Did you play any role in your teen’s finding or procuring a job?
- Do you allow your teen to work after school, on weekends, or only during school vacations?
- Do you supervise your teen’s use of his or her earnings?
- Have you ever intervened in any way with your teen’s employer?
- Has your teen’s job ever conflicted with your family schedule, plans, or values?
- Have you met your teen’s coworkers?
- Do you visit your teen at work?
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