Young people are turning their backs on traditional Saturday jobs

Mail Online | 7/16/2019 | Sarah Harris for the Daily Mail
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One in ten young people are selling goods online instead of finding traditional Saturday jobs, research shows.

They are turning their backs on activities such as babysitting and walking dogs in favour of earning cash on the internet. Many are trading clothes on smartphone apps and sites such as eBay.

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The Lifeskills programme run by Barclays surveyed 1,018 14- to 21-year-olds, who were in education and not yet in full-time employment, and 1,754 adults aged 22 and over.

It found that 50 per cent of young people have a part-time job, compared to 68 per cent among earlier generations.

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Eleven per cent of young people buy and sell clothes and products...
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