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Happily, Teen Lifeguards Say It's Not 'Baywatch'

Monday, July 28, 2014

While an occasional male swimmer may ogle them, female teen lifeguards express satisfaction with the work and pay. "I stand my ground, enforce the rules and call people out, no problems come my way," says one.

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