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That summer food stand job is no longer just for teenagersND
Kim Severson, The New York Times, Tuesday May 22 2018
The kinds of summer food memories many of us had from summer jobs selling churros or hot dogs are fading fast, with more and more of these jobs going to temporary workers from other countries or local adults trying to make the gig economy work for them. Although youth employment in the US still spikes in the warmer months, the number of teenagers in the summer labour force fell to 43 percent in 2016 from almost 72 percent at its peak in 1978. There are many reasons for this. School started going for longer, employment laws became more restrictive and scooping cones over summer was no longer considered a worthy CV builder. At the same time, demand for summer workers rose. And as vacationers started arriving earlier and staying later, employers began making use of workers from other countries with H-2B visas, which are granted to business that have specific kinds of seasonal work. But under the Trump administration, changes have been made to these visas in order to protect American jobs. Such changes may mean that some business relying on foreign seasonal workers will be unable to open this summer.
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