T he pandemic has made life difficult for teenagers who want to earn some cash. Many of the weekend jobs in retail and hospitality they would traditionally have looked for have fallen by the wayside as new coronavirus measures restrict opening hours and customer numbers. Meanwhile, babysitting gigs are less frequent as parents have fewer opportunities to leave the house. Saturday jobs were already on the wane , with teenagers increasingly prioritising their schoolwork over weekend employment.
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‘By May I'd made over £1,000’: teen entrepreneurs defy the Covid slump
As part of our CEO Secrets series, which invites business leaders to share their advice, we are focusing on start-ups that have launched during lockdown, looking at different types of entrepreneur. This week, we hear from teenagers. The business journey of Phoebe Cosgrove began with a pug. The year-old dental nurse apprentice, who lives with her mum in Beckenham, Kent, feared for her job prospects when the first lockdown started.
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