What jobs hire 15 year old's in the UK?
I've been looking but i have no idea and on google its all about food shops. Is there any that hire 15 year old's for weekends?
- 10 years agoBest answer
Paper rounds, Saturday jobs and school holidays cleaning tables in cafes, helping out in hairdressers, quite a few if they observe the Young Person at Work Act , to keep young people safe in the workplace.
- LeonaLv 44 years ago
I don't know about the UK, but in the US (In New Jersey atleast) I can't work until I'm 16 (8 months!!!!!) and even then we can work like 15 hours a week at most, and we can't handle money until we're 18, or used any machinery which is just about everything... I hate this state. Btw I'm going to live in the UK as soon as I graduate, so I'll be interested to know these answers, even though I'll be considerably older than 15 then
- 6 years ago
the people saying its illegal to work at 15 and that you have to be 16 and have a national insurance number are lying and haven't got a clue what they're talking about. I am 15 and not 16 till June. you need to apply to the council for a work permit and get the headteacher at your school so sign it and they will give you a permit to work at a specific place but you still need to first get the job once applied. I just finished working for boots as a Sales assistant and the pay there is also AMAZING!!!!
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- TavyLv 710 years ago
I employed 15 year olds p/t in my catering business on weekends and school holidays ( all legal in the UK). My staff called in asking for jobs. You will need to start going into shops in your High street.
- Gemma MLv 410 years ago
not many, unless it's a paper round. Some shops will take on apprentices from the age of 15 but expect to be paid very little, try hairdressers.
- knownoutLv 710 years ago
No you have to be 16 .. Shops are not allowed to hire at 15
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- Anonymous10 years ago
Some restraints, retail shops, fish n chips shop, unfortunately some employers require you to be 16 and over because the insurance wont cover anyone under.
- 10 years ago
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