Outlook grim for teen summer jobs

Brooklyn teenagers looking for work this summer will have fewer options because of budget cuts.While the U.S. House of Representatives has voted to fund programs

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn teenagers looking for work this summer will have fewer options because of budget cuts.

While the U.S. House of Representatives has voted to fund programs that provide youth employment opportunities in Brooklyn, the Senate has yet to pass the legislation.

Officials advise teens who are unable to find a summer job with a local youth organization to approach private companies that may be hiring.

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