February 22, 2014 12:00 AM

Teens disappearing from U.S. workforce as school dominates

Just one in three teens worked or looked for a job in January, a record low since 1948, when the Labor Department data starts. That lack of on-the-job experience could cost future workers, who may lag behind on basic skills their parents developed waiting tables or running registers, some economists say.

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