You might want to check out the job posting board at your local grocery store. You might want to contact your neighborhood residents to see if they would like dog sitting, dog walking or baby sitting. Perhaps, you can sell lemonade, if your neighborhood allows it. All these jobs are individual and this is a time you can be creative in how you market yourself. You would be your own boss and be considered an enterpreneaur. (Sorry about the spelling). There is also dog grooming like washing dogs. Anyway, you seem to want to have a job. These are some ideas and I will let you think of others for yourself -- like making jewelry and selling it. Talk with your friends and parents. I'm sure they would like the idea of you wanting to work. Jane Tracy
Im a 16 year old with no job experience or big advantage in the working field. Is there a job out there without any requirements.
Hey Diego, we recently published an article with an updated list of solid local and national hiring opportunities for minors and teens this summer, see Jobs for teens - who is hiring now?. The list has a few immediate job options to help you get started with your job search but you're also welcome to reach back out to us at any time if you have any questions.
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I am looking for a job near horizon city texas i am 15 and am looking for a job to get me started i have never worked before but am really in need of a job now #firstjob #interview #hiringevents #
If anyone knows any good first jobs I would not mind working at all #jobsearch #interview #firstjob
Hey Jorge, check out Jobs for teens - who is hiring now?. The list has a few immediate job options to help you get started with your job search but you're also welcome to reach back out to us at any time if you have any questions.
Hi Kylee, congrats on taking the first steps to finding a job! I know it can be a daunting process, but we're here to help :) I'm a Community Specialist here at Jobcase and I work alongside an amazing team of individuals who help connect members like you with the right resources! You'll see us in the community and can identify us by the blue "Community Specialist" badge under our name. Feel free to send us a message at any time!!
STEP ONE: Craft a cover letter and resume
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STEP TWO: Explore job options
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BEST OF LUCK, KYLEE!! Let us know how the search is going :)
Job that pays cash under the table. Lawn care is a big one. Especially if you want full time. No paper trail to worry about. They probably wont even ask your age. Look for anything thats cash under the table. Construction is another one. I started working at 13 doing painting. I always believe in the dont ask dont tell policy. If they dont ask your age then dont tell. Food for thought.
What about pet care.Go to their place ,feed the fish.Or kitty.pickup the mail.
I am looking for a job near west valley city i am 15 and am looking for a job to get me started i have never worked before but am really in need of a job now #firstjob #interview #hiringevents