It seems like finding a job has never been harder, and that's especially true if you're a teenager. Heading into summer, we discuss teenagers' employment prospects and get some practical advice for looking for work and careers.
The Teen Job Market
Marty Nemko, contributing editor, careers for U.S. News and World Report and author of "How to Do Life: What They Didn't Teach You in School"
John Hogan, founder and CEO of TeenForce, a San Jose-based nonprofit that helps young people find jobs
Hayden Wong,, student at De Anza Community College who found a job through TeenForce
Matt Poland, director of MatchBridge, a program of the United Way that helps 16 to 24-year-olds get jobs and internships