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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Goose Bay, OR: John Blackstone) Employers' complaints about today's young people as employees featured; scenes shown of teens dressed in today's fashions. [YOUTH - comments on his attire.] [Joy JONES - says most teens don't even know how to act for a job.] Survey of employers that say teens of the `90s do not make good workers stated. [Student Tom KENYON - comments on his lack of interest in a job.] [Management consultant Barbara KARMEL - says young people are not work ready.] [Student advisor Linda CLEM - says she tries to help students prepare for the work force.] [Employer Terry BUTLER - says all too often today's teens disappoint him.] [Goose Bay, OR, Mayor Joanne VIRGER - says we cannot afford a lost generation.] [Stampers' Tires Liz ALLEN, Bill BRADFORD - comment on the want-to-work attitude and students cutting their hair.] [Student Cory CLAY - says it won't be so strict in the future when he's older.]
- Blackstone, John;
- Rather, Dan
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