After several years of decline, teen employment appears to be improving, according to a recent report that tracks labor force issues. Employment among teenagers aged 16 to 19 rose significantly in May, the largest such gain for the month in eight years. That's good news to a host of people because in recent years many teens have been overlooked --edged out by recent college grads and adults displaced from traditional employment.
But even though the teen employment picture is improving a host of Midlands teens are still looking for jobs and this week we bring in the areas' foremost authorities on teen jobs in the Midlands to help. This week on OnPoint on WACH Teen Jobs: So Much More Than A Pay Check.
Tune in this Sunday morning, July 6, from 9:30 to 10:00 a.m. to WACH Fox 57
OnPoint! with Cynthia Hardy
Breast Cancer: I will survive!
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women. As a matter of fact, according to The National Breast Cancer Foundation, one in eight women will be diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime. But guess what? Just because you've been diagnosed that doesn't mean your life is over. Thanks to improvements in areas of medical diagnosis and treatment women are living through this once very deadly disease.
This week on OnPoint we introduce you to four fabulous women who say the party ain't over and the fat lady ain't singing yet! Meet Ann Boyd, Dru Federick, Sandra Golden-Brown, and Adrienne Gee. Not only are they winning this battle, they will inspire you to win too!