Why America's Youngest Workers Will Have No Trouble Finding a Job in the Future

The youngest workers may face high jobless rates now, but eventually they will be in high demand, one economist says

Teens fill out registration forms for a summer youth jobs and training expo in in Denver, Colorado.

Photographer: Matthew Staver/Bloomberg

Teen unemployment remains sky-high. It was 17.1 percent in April. The Bureau of Labor Statistics will release the May numbers on Friday, and they probably won't be much better. 

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