Oswego High School teenagers open up about their working lives. With the demand of responsibility and money at such a young age, these students must learn how to balance their social, academic, and economical lives – even if it costs their “sleeping hours”. The nonstop juggling of a basic human life is the every day life of The Working Teenager.
Hey, I’m Riah, and I’ve been on staff for 42Fifty before it was really 42Fifty. I’ve been making videos for Oswego High School journalism since freshman year, and it has been great watching the program grow. Anyone who knows me knows that I am a workaholic obsessed with my video and film work. I’m excited to be an Editor-in-Chief for my senior year.