I have been looking for part-time jobs for a 15-year-old teenager, and I can't seem to find one near my house. I want to support my family and start making my own money instead of relying on my parents. Any ideas or suggestions where I can start?
You can tell your church that you will do odd jobs like scoop snow, rack leaves, anything that doesnt take alot of skill. The word will soon get out.
Maybe retail? I don't know if you have artist supply stores near you, but they tend to hire young people since they buy products at those stores; Fashion/clothing retail; Just some thoughts.
Another possibility might be tutoring.
You are to be commended for your efforts and work ethic.
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Good for you.
Sometimes the FDA, hires teens under the age of 18, to be secret shoppers. (Buying cigarettes, cigars, other tobacco products, etc.)
I don’t know how often they hire, or further details about what is required. You could look it up and see if they have any upcoming operations and if you’re a good fit.
Good luck in your search.
Well, with the winter season upon us, maybe you could do some shoveling for those who aren't able to do it themselves in your neighborhood.
Yes. Many retail stores hire 15 year olds as baggers or cart retrievers if you seem mature and explain the need to support your family. You can also get a job in the school cafeteria during the school year. Minors can work where there are mo dangers of chemicals, high safety risks, or involving jobs where the employer has not much recourse for damages such as dealing with big money, drugs, and other things.
My son works at the local Culver's part time in 9th grade. Great place to start or similar in your area.
Publix grocery stores hire 15 year olds.
You are far better off making money from odd jobs. If you get a job it will likely be at minimum wage or just above. The taxes will be pulled out of that leave you making about $6.60 an hour. If you mow one yard, or some other odd job you are likely to make between $40 - $60 for a few hours work. You likely won't make that much working a full eight hour shift. Find a few odd jobs you can do, dump the customers that don't pay fair or on time. Take pride in your work and you will have people all over your town interested in hiring you. Don't tell anyone what you make. It is none of their business.
Remember your goal is to make you some money. It is not to make someone else money.