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Jobs for teens?

What jobs are hiring teens besides working as a cashier or at a fast food restaurant?

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  • Kyle
    Lv 7
    7 months ago
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    you can apply at 16 on your own. some places you can apply at 15 with a workers permit from your local city hall. so look there if you need one or not, and when you apply online, it will say what age you need to work there for certain positions.

    you could try warehouse or labor type positions, though you may need to be 18. same with some office support like receptionist and customer service. you could try looking into a call center too.

    look at temp agencies. see what age you need to be to apply, then they help you find jobs. though you don't make as much since you got the job through them and not on your own.

    don't be afraid to do some volunteer work with local organizations. while it'd be nice to earn some money, the training and experience you earn with volunteering can be just as valuable, if not more so when you start building your resume.

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  • 7 months ago

    Check out this link that shares a list of jobs for college students..https://www.thehrdigest.com/a-curated-list-of-jobs...

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  • Judy
    Lv 7
    7 months ago

    lawn mowing, babysitting especially in the summer for working parents

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  • 7 months ago

    retail and restaurant jobs are typically the best options for teens, as they don't require experience and are generally easy to do. not a lot of other jobs will be willing to hire a teen. but a few other options may include: movie theater worker (still kind of a cashier but not entirely), custodian, and tutor. really though, the options are very limited if you're young, inexperienced, and still in school

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  • LM440
    Lv 6
    7 months ago

    If you like working outside consider seasonal work at parks and landscaping companies. These are two occupations that are normally looking for summer help.

    Also consider retail. Home improvement stores always seem to looking for young people to stock and assist customers.

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  • Anonymous
    7 months ago

    There's movie theaters, theme parks, bingo halls, bowling rinks, skating rinks, pet stores, gas stations, retail stores, grocery stores...but not all will hire you if you are 15 or 16 ..your chances are greater if you are 18 or 19. Only apply to those who have an opening.

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  • Anonymous
    7 months ago

    I mean, you won't be earning anything if you don't start somewhere.

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