Anonymous asked in Social ScienceEconomics · 1 decade ago

Define social stability.?

I need to know how working teens are a disadvantage (or cost) to people in the society.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Social stability is based on the maintenance of current and classic social pariahs and systems. Classically: The teen works part time at the ice-cream store and go to school where the adult male maintains the office job making the supportive funds for his wife and children. In the 2000's teens and adults are fighting for the same jobs. Currently, women, teens and men are working in food, entertainment, and retail jobs. Businesses are hiring younger, and retiring older. This strains the stability of the current social network.

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