How to Prepare Your Teen for a First Job

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By Geoff Williams
You may not be as misty-eyed as you were when your child left for the first day of school, but the day your teenager goes to his or her first day of work can be emotional, too. In fact, if the passage of time seems to be flashing by at an unreal speed, you may feel worse.
But now’s not the time for soul-searching. For the moment, if your teenager is searching for employment, you’ll want to be thinking about several issues to properly prepare your teenager – and yourself – for that first job.
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