Teenage girls are having far more luck getting employed than their male counterparts right now. It’s explained mostly by the fact that retail jobs — typically more popular with girls — are are more plentiful than those in male-dominated fields like construction.
In the 16 to 19 age category, 2.25 million teenage girls are employed, compared with 2.08 million boys. But still, among both boys and girls, far fewer are working than they did in pre-recession 2007. A new report from Bloomberg Government illustrates:the original article from Buzz Feed, written by Hillary Reinsberg