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Checklist: Finding a First Job That Fits Your Teen

By Peg Rosen

Landing that first job can be a major confidence boost for teens with learning and attention issues. It says, “I believe in you and value your efforts!” But empowering as a good experience can be, a bad match can be a blow to your teen’s self-esteem. It may even keep him from looking for another job. This printable checklist can help you make sure the fit is right.

The Position
The Workplace
The Payoff

About the Author

Peg Rosen

Peg Rosen

Peg Rosen has written for numerous digital and print outlets, including ParentCenter, WebMD, Parents, Good Housekeeping, More, Fitness and Martha Stewart.

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Reviewed by Jim Rein, M.A. Feb 04, 2014 Feb 04, 2014

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