For some teens, a 10-second video or photo of their peer’s breasts or genitalia sent over the mobile app Snapchat obviously means the sender wants to have sex.
But more often than not, says 18-year-old Erin Dixon, it’s just the way teens are “communicating their sexuality.” It’s certainly not an invitation for intercourse.
SANTA ANA, Calif. — A computer science student has pleaded guilty to hacking the computers of Miss Teen USA and other young women, secretly photographing them and threatening to post the pictures online if they didn’t send him more naked photos.
Jared James Abrahams, 19 answered a series of questions from U.S. District Judge James Selna, including an explanation of the crimes that were committed.
Sending teenage offenders to juvenile hall makes them 13 percentage points less likely to finish high school and 22 percentage points more likely to be imprisoned as adults. That's the finding of a new National Bureau of Economic Research working paper by Anna Aizer and Joseph Doyle.
The Hurun Report released its annual survey of China’s ultra-wealthy last week, and in addition to providing information about their luxury shopping preferences and travel destinations, the report questioned these high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) on a host of other details about their lives. Here are five key findings to know from the report:
High school and college kids typically get the jobs that are left over, that no one else really wants, such as working at McDonalds.
However, competition for any job is no so intense, that teens cannot find any job that no one else wants.
As a result of that increased competition, Number of high-school students with jobs hits 20-year low