Guest Host: Matt McCleskey

When the school year winds down, teens look for work — but not all summer jobs are created equal. From unpaid internships to door-to-door sales, some summer work is neither legal nor safe. We explore the laws and common-sense measures that separate the good summer jobs from the bad.

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  • Nancy Leppink Deputy Administrator, Wage and Hour Division, U.S. Department of Labor
  • Reid Maki Director of Social Responsibility and Fair Labor Standards and Coordinator of the Child Labor Coalition, National Consumers League

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