A typical "summer jobs" story at the WSJ makes no mention of immigration:
Teens See Summer Jobs Vanish
By JACKIE BISCHOF
July 10, 2012
Younger New Yorkers plying the city's difficult job market face a particularly dismal combination this summer: a labor pool flooded with unemployed adults and cuts to public programs.
Melissa Kissoon, 19 years old, is one of the tens of thousands of teenagers and college students who have had little luck in the city's labor market. By her own count, the New York City College of Technology student has applied for more than 80 jobs. "I really don't understand why," she said. "It's been draining and disappointing."[More]
The WSJ, America's premier business newspaper, doesn't provide you with the obvious point that teenagers are being displaced by immigrants. But commenters on the WSJ site were able to figure this out quickly. Examples: