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A University of British Columbia study found that when a teenager works a low-pay job it sets them up for success in the future. The study suggests that 'McJobs' give teens a competitive advantage over those who don't work. 

The jobs teach time management and give teenagers the chance to identify what they like — and don't like — about certain jobs. It gives them a sense of what they want to do with their future.

Saskatoon Morning asked its audience this morning the following questions: Do you agree with these findings? Did a crummy job set you up for a successful career? What was your best crummy job as a teen? How about the worst? 


Replay the live chat below, or if you'd like to weigh in, leave your thoughts in the comment section.

Join online host Matt Kruchak from Monday to Friday between 6-8:45 a.m. on cbc.ca/saskatoon for a lively and engaging live chat. While chatting, tune into Saskatoon Morning on 94.1 FM with host Leisha Grebinski.

Live Blog Live chat: July 25