I had a part time job as a waitress for a short while when I was in the second last year of secondary/high school, but since you implied that you have a busy schedule that might take up quite some time unless you can get a job in a restaurant with working hours that are suitable for you. You can also consider sales or call centre jobs if practical, and also stock-keeping, grocery bagging et cetera.
The first thing I can think of that might not require as much time is tutoring and maybe dog walking. You can also see whether anybody would be willing to hire a teenager for jobs to do with childcare, elderly care, care for people with special needs et cetera, but these types of part-time jobs might take up more time.
I'm sure there are other jobs out there for teens as well; you can look up part time jobs for busy teenagers on the Internet and ask people and organisations whether they have available part-time jobs with flexible or limited hours.
Be sure to check the laws about work regulations for teenagers too.
· 1 month ago