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Explain positivenegative consequences of teens holding a part time jobIn todays society many teens have part time jobs which leads to positive and negative consequences Teens with a part time job use their free time in a very useful method and will get a positive outcome from the job whereas some may get a negative outcome Employment during the summer is also a great ideaA part time job is a good way to get busy during free time An after-school job can provide adult-supervision Gives teens less time to engage in risky actions such as drugs A part time job teaches good work habits and improves communication and confidence which is very beneficial for teens in the futureTeens may get a positive outcome yet some might get a negative outcome as well Students who work for many hours will not get time to complete their homework Overtime they will not make school their number 1 priority and will eventually not be involved in school Another drawback is part time work will only cause more stress for teens which is extremely negative Research shows that students who spend more that 20 hours per week of work are more likely to use drugs and alcohol as they will be in much more stress Working for 10 hours would be a better choice rather than working for over 20 hours Students who do not have time to do their homework and are not involved in school will more likely get lower grades in school Summer employment is a great alternative as it does not interfere with school Working in the summer is a good way to spend the summer prevents teens from doing actions that could risk their lives ex drugsIn conclusion having a part time job includes positive and negative outcomes Teens will be busy and keep themselves engaged in a positive way yet some may not A few who work for over 20 hours a week
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