American teens don't want to work in an office

According to a new survey, American teenagers don’t want to work in an office when they grow up.

20% said they want to be an athlete, artist, or entertainer. Good luck with that.

Just 1% wanted to work in sales or farming – and only 2% wanted to be a manager, chief executive, politician, or work in personal care and service occupations.

None of the teenagers – that’s 0% – said they want to work in an office.

Unfortunately for these kids, 15% of Americans have office or administrative jobs these days, which makes up the largest segment of the U.S. labor force.

So, something’s got to give as these jobs will need to be filled. (MarketWatch)

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