More than one in four teenagers cannot find a job when they leave school, a survey has found. The poll, by Hong Kong College of Technology, found that 92 of the 341 interviewees, or 27 per cent, had left school and were now jobless. A quarter of the 92 said they had never had a job. Based on Hong Kong's population of 450,319 young people aged 15 to 19, the college estimated there were more than 120,000 jobless teenagers. The survey also showed more than 60 per cent of the jobless respondents were either Form Five graduates or school drop-outs. The lower their education level, the longer they had been jobless.