Teens in England
"English teens come from a variety of backgrounds, from the quiet countryside to the lively city of London. Many teens are studying to complete their secondary education and hope to attend university. In contrast, about half of those over age 16 have completed their education and entered the workforce full time. Common interests and traditions help to bond the young people of this diverse European country. Teens in England is part of Global Connections, a series that uncovers the challenges, pastimes, and customs of teens around the world."
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