DETROIT - If the teen summer-job market remains as healthy as last year's, about 8.8 million teens are heading to work this month, according to a study by Northeastern University's Center for Labor Market Studies.
What makes a good impression?
How do labor laws affect teens?
Here's what career coach Lesley Delgado and lawyer Linda Burwell have to say.
·Attitude is everything: "Smile, be punctual, make eye contact and show enthusiasm," says Delgado, owner of StaffPro America Inc., a Southfield, Mich.-based staffing agency.
·Appearance matters: Teenagers should always dress professionally. They don't have to wear a suit, but clothes should be pressed and clean.