Whether you're tired of funding your teens' moviegoing habit or just need to get them out of your hair every so often, here's how they can make extra bucks this summer.
By JM Randolph, the Accidental Stepmom There was a time it snowed while I was at home and my husband was at work. I did all the shoveling myself and did not ask the kids for help.
Last August I wrote a feature about the best work-at-home jobs, because we know that interest in those types of opportunities continues to trend high. (The number of U.S.
Parents, it's important to remember there's no one-size-fits-all way teens learn about money.
Before your kid nabs a babysitting job, here's what you both need to know to make the most of the experience.
If your kids still haven’t nailed down summer gigs, it’s not just them.
It's a tough time to be hunting, but with a little luck and a lot of perseverance, your kid can land a summer gig. Follow these smart strategies to up his chances.
Help your kid land and keep a gig with these take-action strategies.
Teen jobs are scarce, and if your kid is among the millions who won't be able to find work, there are still ways she can salvage her summer.
While last year's teen unemployment rate of 28 percent was nightmarish, this year's number will be much worse, says Andrew Sum, professor of economics and director of the Center for Labor Mark
Teach your teens how to land — and keep — a summer job, and they'll learn values that will stay with them a lifetime.
The right summer or part-time job can build kids' skills, make good use of their spare time, and fill their pockets.