The highest medical and work loss costs were in California, with $4.16 billion. The lowest were in Vermont.
The average teen sends and receives more than 3,000 texts per month.
Some parents are making a major investment to get their unemployed grads jobs as CEOs of their own companies.
Am I the only dummy in the room who had no idea kids with cell phones love to text so much?
Entrepreneurial young people aren't letting a tough job market keep them from earning. They're starting their own businesses.
Bookstores' summer reading programs offer rewards, and public libraries offer free kids' activities.
Most birthdays are not landmark occasions. And think of all the money we could save.
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