Teen Finance Series: Earning Information for Teens

Editor/Author Williams, Angela
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1575-9
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Finance, Personal
Image Count: 8
Book Status: Available
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Earning Information for Teens offers guidelines on financial and workplace planning to aid prospective teen workers as they embark on their first job searches and take their first steps toward independence. Guidelines includes when and how a teen can work, resume preparation, job searches, navigating workplace culture, improving financial and workplace skills, with money management tools and resources included as additional resources.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part One: When and How Can You Work?
  • Chapter 1—Child Labor Laws in the United States
  • Chapter 2—Age Requirements for Getting Employed
  • Chapter 3—Teen Labor Participation
  • Chapter 4—When and Where Is a Teen Allowed to Work?
  • Chapter 5—Part-Time Employment
  • Chapter 6—Working during College
  • Chapter 7—Seasonal Jobs
  • Chapter 8—Summer Employment: A Snapshot of Teen Workers
  • Chapter 9—Hazardous Occupations for Teens
  • Chapter 10—Other Job Opportunities for Teens
  • Part Two: First Steps—Résumé Preparation and Job Search
  • Chapter 11—Assessing Yourself and Your Future
  • Chapter 12—Career Planning for High Schoolers
  • Chapter 13—Creating a Résumé
  • Chapter 14—Finding a Job
  • Chapter 15—Networking for Teens
  • Chapter 16—Apprenticeship: Earn While You Learn
  • Chapter 17—Internships: Previewing a Profession
  • Chapter 18—Job Scams
  • Chapter 19—Types of Job Scams
  • Part Three: On the Job
  • Chapter 20—The Rules of the Game: Preparing Youth for the World of Work
  • Chapter 21—What New Workers in Entry-Level Jobs Need to Be Able to Do
  • Chapter 22—Workplace Skills
  • Chapter 23—Workplace Ethics
  • Chapter 24—Workplace Safety
  • Chapter 25—Workers’ Rights
  • Chapter 26—Workplace Stress
  • Chapter 27—Work-Life Balance
  • Part Four: Managing Your Earnings
  • Chapter 28—MyMoney Five
  • Chapter 29—Youth Financial Knowledge and Capability
  • Chapter 30—Youth Tax Education
  • Chapter 31—Budgeting
  • Chapter 32—Electronic Banking
  • Chapter 33—Ways to Make Money Online
  • Chapter 34—Develop a Financial Plan
  • Chapter 35—How to Save and Invest
  • Chapter 36—Managing Money in the Real World
  • Chapter 37—Managing Money/Financial Empowerment
  • Chapter 38—Financial Checkup
  • Part Five: Smart Spending
  • Chapter 39—Online Shopping: A Guide for E-Consumers
  • Chapter 40—Using Debit and Credit Cards
  • Chapter 41—Credit Card Payments and Late Payments
  • Chapter 42—Mobile Wallet Services Protection
  • Chapter 43—Online Payment Services
  • Part Six: Saving and Protecting Your Earnings
  • Chapter 44—Savings and Investing
  • Chapter 45—Banking Basics
  • Chapter 46—If Debit or Credit Cards Are Stolen
  • Chapter 47—Beware of Online Perils and Internet Fraud
  • Chapter 48—Identity Theft and Identity Fraud
  • Chapter 49—Telemarketing Scams
  • Chapter 50—Ten Things You Can Do to Avoid Financial Fraud
  • Part Seven: Looking Ahead
  • Chapter 51—Self-Employment
  • Chapter 52—Investing Wisely
  • Chapter 53—Your Credit History
  • Chapter 54—Credit Scores and Why They Matter
  • Chapter 55—Ways to Establish and Maintain a Healthy Credit Score for Your Startup or Small Business
  • Chapter 56—Using Credit Wisely
  • Chapter 57—Credit Report and Credit Report Errors
  • Part Eight: If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 58—Online Money Management Tools
  • Chapter 59—Resources for Financial Information