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The summer job outlook for students out of school doesn’t reflect a lagging economy in most ways.
The only exception might be more competition coming from adults in the job market, said Tommy Wheatley, regional program manager of the Lincoln Trail area of the Office of Employment and Training.
Unemployment might be contributing to more adults than usual seeking fast-food jobs that make up the greatest opportunity young people have of landing summer jobs, Wheatley said.
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