Government presents 18-point plan to get more teenagers working part-time

Since 1980, the number of students and young people working in part time jobs has declined. The government has now presented a package of 18 initiatives to entice teenagers into the workplace.

International students at Aarhus University. Photo: Aarhus University

The government presented on Monday a new plan to get more young people working in a part-time job. Under new rules, teenagers from the age of 13 can be hired for jobs like helping with homework, working in the kitchen at an elderly home or making small repairs at a bicycle shop. Compared with 1980, […]


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