Teens Promised Jobs Learn About Unemployment Instead

June 3, 2010  |  

(Atlanta Journal Constitution) — Joshua Woods was looking forward to his first job this summer.  The 14-year-old Hapeville boy anticipated earning $8.50 an hour while working in a federally-subsidized position at his new charter high school. But he got a lesson in the school of hard knocks instead.

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