Another sign of the floundering economy: just over one-third of teenagers will find summer jobs this year, the worst showing since 1965, according to Northeastern University's Center for Labor Market Studies. With unemployment so prevalent, high school kids are facing more competition from college students and adult workers for those spots at the fast-food joint. Here's an update on some of the traditional--and less traditional--ways high schoolers make money in the summer. --By Maggie Shnayerson
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