Teens are missing out on jobs. And your state could be to blame.

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Teens may be shut out of summer jobs because of misguided state rules

Every teenager deserves to discover the lifelong benefits that come with early work.

Alli Fick and Haley Holik

Opinion contributors

As the end of the school year approaches, this summer break won’t be as rewarding as it should be for millions of teenagers. Most states block teens from finding their first job and best path in life.

Fortunately, some states have started to break these barriers, but more should follow suit. Every teenager deserves to discover the lifelong benefits that come with early work.

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