If you’re a teenager and looking for a job, it can feel VERY frustrating when you need income but you’re still young and/or inexperienced. So, let’s check out some jobs that might be a perfect fit for you! If you are under 18 please know that some jobs might require [working papers] (https://www.thebalance.com/working-papers-employment-age-certificates-2063908).
[Babysitting, pet care, tutoring] (https://www.care.com/) Under 18? Care.com allows to to make your own parent monitored account. You can also create a profile for each different type of job that you are interested in!
[21 job ideas for students] (https://www.localwise.com/a/137-21-best-part-time-jobs-for-teens-and-high-school-students) Still in school? Here are 21 part time jobs to consider. Search for some of them [here] (https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search)!
[Hire Teen] (https://www.hireteen.com/) A great resource to check out! This site lists jobs you can apply to based on your age.
[Create your very first resume] (https://www.jobcase.com/conversations/5128e10e-141e-5382-a8e7-74a5f06150b8) Here is some information on the best ways to create a resume when you don’t have a lot of experience. Yes, teens need resumes too! : )
Just remember that with any job you apply to make sure to stay safe, notify a friend or relative of when you have an interview/begin work, and don’t get frustrated if some businesses tell you no.
Push through it and keep going! Your job is waiting for you.
Know a teen OR are you a parent to one? Share this info with them! : )
Hello Ashley, You are correct to say that "Teens need jobs too!!" Teens grow fast and have expenses for their education and other stuff and a lot of parents cannot afford to keep up with these. I really like and respect teenagers when I see them get a job to help with their own expenses as well as helping out heir parents, if needed. When I was a teenager (a long time ago, LOL) my mother had 4 children including me and she could not afford to buy us school clothes and we had to wear "hand me downs." I got a work permit and started working after school at 16 years old, and not only bought my own clothes, but I helped my mother since she was a single parent. Today, things are NO different, and the price of clothes and other stuff has definitely gone up. So, my point of this reply is that I think it is a wonderful idea for teenagers to get a job so they can buy their own stuff and help out their parents, also. I give you, as well as other teenagers BIG TIME credit for getting a job and being responsible also.
Cool, I will be sure to share this with my nephew thanks a lot.