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(Washington Business Journal) — Frustrated area teens are facing a historically horrendous summer job market — a situation setting the stage for potentially devastating long-term consequences.  The teen unemployment rate was 25.7 percent in June, more than double the nation’s 9.5 overall jobless rate. “This could end up being the worst teen summer job market in employment records going back to 1948,” said John Challenger, CEO of Chicago outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.

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