Helping your teen get and keep a job involves more than just knowledge.
What more does it take?
I’ve noticed a troubling trend in the last decade or so that, outside of a parental spiritual awakening, I don’t see changing any time soon. Today, largely because of easy access to information, parents are raising kids with vast amounts of knowledge, but the wisdom and moral character a good job requires.
Without the ability to sustain a job by being honest, showing up on time, getting along with staff, or sacrificing as a team player, they could find employers, and or customers, seeking character quality to people to work and do business with elsewhere. Most importantly there is the eternal perspective to consider. For as Jesus said, what does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his own soul?
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