New York State is paying teens $46 million this summer

There’s nothing like the rewards of hard work. There are big benefits beyond money for teens and young adults who are willing to put in the effort. A good summer job can give you skills that can help you later in life, and New York State is trying to make that happen for young people in the Empire State.

According to reports, Governor Hochul has announced that more than $46 million in funding will be available for a summer jobs program to help disadvantaged youth.

“The Youth Summer Jobs Program represents a smart, targeted investment in the next generation of our workforce that will pay dividends for New York State,” Governor Hochul said. “We are committed to breaking down barriers to entry into the labor market for disadvantaged youth, and young people who will participate in this program will learn valuable skills, the importance of academic achievement, and most importantly, will be put on the path to success.”

If you, your children, or someone you know is interested in applying or learning more about available jobs, you are encouraged to visit or contact your local Department of Social Services.

We are starting to feel the summer heat around New York State and that means this is a great opportunity for some outdoor jobs for the summer. Hard work pays off in so many ways, and New York is helping our young people launch into their future.

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