Increasing Pennsylvania’s youth employment will require collaboration among businesses, government officials, philanthropists and communities to create more workforce opportunities for young adults, according to a study released Monday.

Compared with other states, Pennsylvania had among the highest percentages of teen employment last year, according to a new KIDS COUNT report , “Youth and Work: Restoring Teen and Young Adult Connections” from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

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