Should kids have jobs
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Kids Should NOT have jobs, because they should focus on studies, that way they can get better full time jobs as an adult. A part time job distracts from studies. Kids are sitting behind the counter at KFC, not studying for a more successful high paying job. It may give you money, but it also takes money away in the long run. Kids are getting payed minimum wage for a job when they should be studying hard and getting good grades that way they can get a high paying job. Or, a full time job that gives you a slight bit more than minimum wage
Now, let's break the topic down. Should.Kids: a young, immature being. Have: own, belong. Job: an paid task, activity or chore. Should young immature beings own a paid task, activity or chore. No.
Kids love to impress. And, now is the perfect time. Jimmy wanted a pair of pink slippers? Well, my boss isn't looking. Happy birthday jimmy. Simple as that. They are left responsible (and yet they aren't responsible. Quite ironic) for goods, or a task. Do you trust these children? So why should anyone else?
You said before about only giving the good a job. Well, young children are quite sensitive. If you refuse them because of a couple of bad grades,or maybe a little cat fight, the will be devastated!!!
Children should not have jobs, because there would be less jobs available to adults, who are paying for a family!!!!
Here's the visual again! 😂
So, you are an adult. And you apply for a part time job at, say, Target. Your competition is a couple of teens more worried about texting, a middle aged, sweet woman that's lived her whole life on the dole, and a spoilt little twelve year old, who just wants some money to wave around to control her friends with. Now, would they give it to the teen? No!! The twelve year old would be on a VERY minimum wage of $8 dollars an hour, and that would cost less. So bam!! Teens without cars. Another person on the dole that the tax payers have to afford. And, you are also going broke. You have a child, whinging, with bones sticking out because they gave a job to a 'twelvie' who just wanted I own money. Not spend it.
Do I need to say more?
For the next round, I'm also just going to summarise, so don't worry too much!!!)
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Vote Placed by salam.morcos 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: An interesting subject, but Pro didn't debate. Sources: None. Language: Ok. Conduct: ff. So tied so far. Arguments: Pro said kids would learn responsibility, Con argued that they can't. This was Pro's strongest argument but Con wins this argument because Pro didn't defend it. Pro argues that kids will make money, Con countered that it will impact the economy and that it will hurt their future earnings. This is Con's strongest argument. Con wins. Pro says it gives parents time off. Pro wins here. I think this is enough. I vote Con.
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