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Summer job outlook good for Clark County teens

Food services, accommodations were major employers last year

By , Columbian staff writer
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Lifeguard Keegan Amberg, right, watches over the pool at the Firstenburg Community Center in east Vancouver. The job market for teens this year is looking good, if not excellent, according to experts.
Lifeguard Keegan Amberg, right, watches over the pool at the Firstenburg Community Center in east Vancouver. The job market for teens this year is looking good, if not excellent, according to experts. (Photos by Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Grab your work wear, your lifeguard gear and your spatula, kids, because experts expect this summer’s job outlook for teen employment to be good, if not excellent.

Fluorescent orange rescue tube in hand, 17-year-old Lee Huang said he got his start in the workforce a couple of years ago.

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