BOSTON (CBS) – Just ten years ago, summer work was a rite of pas­sage for teens. These days, that’s not the case.

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity Pro­fessor Andrew Sum, who heads up the Center for Labor Market Studies, rou­tinely crunches the numbers.

Of all the age groups in the country, the employ­ment rate for teens varies more widely than that of any other age group,” said Sum.

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