As sexual harassment revelations break out across the country, #MeToo continues to be in the headlines. But what’s at stake for young women entering the workplace?
We’ve gathered our best reporting on youth and employment. Dive into stories of opportunities found… and lost.
By Bianca Pulido/ South Kern Sol Have you ever been a teenager working in the fields turning grapes into raisins…
In a recent study, Young Invincibles quantified the cost of America’s current youth unemployment situation and calculated its effect on…
From the George Zimmerman verdict to the ins and outs of sealing a juvenile record, Youth Radio’s Juvenile Justice desk was hard at work this year.
It’s tough to be a teen in the job market.From figuring out the balance between school, work, and family to trying out professional etiquette for the first time, Youth Radio explored how young people get the skills they need to hold onto the jobs they want.
A white girl with a purple Mohawk and tattooed sleeves applied to work at Forever 21, the chances of her getting it is better than the chances of a black girl with her grandmas name tattooed on her wrist and red hair.
For working class families, young people are often the default safety net.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed Assembly Bill 218. Unfamiliar? Introduced February, 2013 by Sacramento Democratic Assemblyman Roger Dickinson. Bill 218,…