Survey Finds Teens and Young Adults Continue Putting off Career Decisions as They Progress from High School to College
Junior Achievement Releases Study that Examines How “Disconnected Youth” Changed between 1970 and 2017
More than Half of Teens Believe Student Loan Debt should be Forgiven, According to Junior Achievement Survey
Black Friday Survey: Majority of Teens Plan to Shop at Brick-and-Mortar Stores this Holiday Season, Despite Changing Retail Landscape
National Entrepreneurship Month Research Shows 41 Percent of Teens would Consider Starting a Business as a Career Option
KPMG donates more than $1.7 Million to Junior Achievement USA for the Redevelopment of its JA Finance Park Program
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®
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