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Should teenagers be compelled to do jobs?


It is often a tough decision for parents to allow their teenage children to work when they are still studying or in school. But one answer cannot fit on everyone because each child has different needs and it totally depends on the situation of the each family.

[Hasan Tariq - Parent Herald, 31 October 2016.]


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