America teenagers have very specific requirements for their dream jobs

Teenagers dream big.

Few people in this age group want to punch a time clock or sit at a desk for eight hours a day, even though 15% of Americans have office/administrative jobs, which make up the largest of 22 segments of the U.S. labor force, according to a survey released this week by Chicago-based market research company C+R and an analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data. But 20%, the largest percentage of teens surveyed, want to be an athlete, artist or entertainer.

Out of 400 teens surveyed, none wanted an office/administrative job. What’s more, only 1% wanted to work in sales, farming and fisheries, and only 2% wanted to be a manager, chief executive or politician, or marketing/public relations executive.

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