Teenagers vs Adults. Teenagers and Adults are two stages of growth of a human being. Both these stages show some differences between them. Teenagers and adults show differences in their characteristics too. A teenager is a person who is between the age of 13 and 18 years. On the other hand any person who is above 18 years of age is considered as an adult.Author: Aron.
Should You Hire Teenage Workers. Fewer businesses today are hiring teenage and young adult workers. During the recession, teenagers and young adults were among the groups hit the hardest in the job market. While it used to be relatively easy for a student to find part-time work on the weekends and over summer break, this is no longer true.Author: Marta Segal Block.
Mar 19, 2014 · A new report from the Brookings Institution looks at the labor market struggles of teens (ages 16 – 19) and young adults (ages 20 to 24). In 2000, 55 percent of teens had paid employment sometime during the year, the report says. By 2011, it was only 28 percent—the highest unemployment rate for teens in the post-World War II era.Author: Kelly Spors.
Jul 25, 2014 · The Difference Between Teenage Brains And Adult Brains. by M.Admin | Jul 25, 2014 Teenagers can look like adults, dress like adults, and even act like adults at times; sometimes, it might be hard to tell the teenagers from adults (and other times it isn’t hard at all). But it’s also crucial to remember that their brains are wired.