TOPIC : In some countries, teenagers have jobs while they are still students. Do you think this is a good idea? Support your opinion by using specific reasons and details.
In America, it's very natural for a teenager to have a part time job, unlike in Korea, where employment is illegal for people under the age of 19. However, I think that Koreans are making a huge mistake of forbidding teenagers to experience what it is like to have a job. Having a job at a young age enables the teen to become more mature, learn how to handle money, and guide them to find out what they really want to do in the future. This is why I strongly agree that teenagers should be allowed to have jobs.
First, having a job enables teenagers to become more responsible and mature. For example, even if it's just a small job such as mowing the lawn or babysitting for their neighbors, they learn to show up to work on time and complete their assigned duty correctly, which will eventually reflect in other everyday behaviors.
Second, teenagers can learn the value of money. When they receive allowance from their parents, they don't really appreciate the money that they were given and tend to waste it. However, after they've earned the money on their own through their hard work, the teens will choose to manage their money more wisely.
Lastly, having lots of career experiences while young can guide teenagers to find out what they really want to do in the future. Many of them spend all of their time studying don’t really think about what they are going to do for the rest of their lives. This is one reason why students tend to panic and feel confused when they enter college, because it's not the path that they wanted to take. Going through many other different jobs can prevent teenagers from making this mindless mistake, and really help them to plan their life ahead.
As I've mentioned above, having a job as a teenager is very crucial. It's a stepping stone that leads them...