Majority of Teens are Worried About their Parents’ Preparedness to Retire, Know Little About Planning for their Own Retirement
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT TEEN ENTREPRENEURS OF BEELIEVE FROM CANTON, OHIO-AREA WIN “JA COMPANY OF THE YEAR”
Achievement Foundation Awards More than Half a Million Dollars in Grants to Junior Achievement Offices to Expand the JA Company Program®
One-Third of College Freshmen Have Less than $1,000 in College Savings; Neither High School nor College Students are Prepared to Manage the Cost of College
Achievement Foundation Awards Nine $25,000 Grants to Junior Achievement Offices to Expand the JA Company Program®
The Hartford and Junior Achievement USA Team up for JA MyBiz Builder to Teach Entrepreneurial Concepts to Teens
Survey: Parents Extremely Supportive of Their Teens’ Entrepreneurial Dreams, but Most Teens Don’t Have Them
Labor Day Blues: Three-in-Four Parents and Teens Concerned Global Competition and Automation will Make it Difficult for Next Generation to Have a Successful Job/Career
78 Percent of Parents Plan to Buy Back-To-School Supplies at Brick-and-Mortar Stores; Only 8 Percent will Shop Online
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT TEEN ENTREPRENEURS OF ALPHA NECESSITIES FROM FORT LAUDERDALE WIN “JA COMPANY OF THE YEAR”
NEW RESEARCH REVEALS THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ CAREER AND COLLEGE PLANS AND AN ONGOING NEED TO ENGAGE GIRLS IN STEM
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