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Greg Gutfeld remembered a few of his summer jobs as a kid Saturday after a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics analysis found that fewer teens are looking for summer work.

The data found that as of April, labor force participation among 16- to 19-year-olds was at 34.8 percent.

That number was at 56.1 percent during July 1989.

"Summer jobs get you used to work," Gutfeld said. "In the summertime, it's good to work because then you appreciate when you're outside [and] not working."

"You need the contrast," he added.

Gutfeld remembered one summer job he had bottling Grapette soda. He also said that he was a lifeguard at a condo.

The data showed a drastic decline in labor participation for that age group after 1989.

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