While the job market may look challenging for teens seeking summer jobs, some tips and advice can help increase the chances of finding employment.
The first step in finding a job is turning to social media, said Kristine Dobson of the Utah Office of Education.
"Every friend on Facebook should see something, every day, from you saying, 'No, I still haven't found a job. I'm still looking. Do you know anybody?'"
Other tips include:
Start looking now
Get the word out about your job search
Reapply for a job you held last year
Do mock interviews in advance
Know where to look
Play up your strengths
Read more tips and ideas to help teens find jobs this summer on KSL.com.
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