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Teens often the losers in competition for jobs

By Charles Stein
Globe Staff / March 4, 2004

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Claribel Aguilar almost got a job. Her interview at Target went well and she was sure she would be offered a position at the discount chain's new store in the South Bay Center in Dorchester. But when the letter arrived in the mail, it was another rejection. At 18, Aguilar has plenty of experience with rejection. A senior at Dorchester ... (Full Article: 1174 Words)

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