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Cashier, Stocker, or Farmer

I'm 16 almost 17 looking for any job that will work with my school schedule. Any jobs would be wonderful.

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Mickey, Welcome to Jobcase! Here are some cashier jobs I found in your area. Take a look and feel free to apply for any you're interested in.

You can also search for other jobs you might like using these steps: 1.Double click on the “Jobs” tab at the top of the page 2.Enter a job into the search field that says “Position” 3.Click on the blue button to search for that position in your area 4.Once the list is up, click on the title of any you are interested in to apply. Let me know if you need anymore help!

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cashier jobs.

I am in desperate need of a job it doesn't matter what kind. I am 16 years old and work hard.

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Anita A. Taylor
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Hey Ashley - welcome to Jobcase!

There's a group for high school students looking for jobs - https://www.jobcase.com/groups/e7a87a29-3217-4765-b745-a288d7ab2e8c

Check it out and see if anyone has suggestions about where to apply for jobs

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Ashley, Glad you posted to the group! Here is an open position at Taco Bell that could be great for you. http://bit.ly/1HUTQ9U Fast food, movie theaters, and retail stores are going to be your best options that will hire 16 year olds. Hope this helps!

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I wanting a job that will pay me while I get my ged

I only got a certificate of completion in high school but I would like to have a Diploma Iam 32 year women but like too get a job that will pay for my education as well

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Sylvia Hutcheson
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What state are you in?

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Sylvia Hutcheson
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Rachel, Here's the Adult career training page for the state of Indiana. Take some time to review, find a location near you, and go or call for more info. The government offers grants and free training programs for your GED and Career interest, (http://www.in.gov/dwd/adulted_locations.htm)

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crew member, retail associate, stocker ,anything

i am 16 and looking for a job ,something convinent

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Dylan Jameson
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Try going to the grocery stores and fast food places near you. They will hire 16 year olds. Oh! and try the movie theaters too. I hear it's pretty fun to work at those.

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I need a little advice!

Hi everyone,

I will be entering college next year and I’m going in undecided as a major, enrolled in the college of arts and sciences. I’m socially smart, creative, collaborative, and I like to take initiative. I value fairness and I’m a good problem solver. I’m also very articulate which makes me a good reader and writer and I'm also pretty detail oriented.

What type of position or job do you think I would do well in? Any advice will be helpful:)

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Jocelyn sargent
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I think you should follow your heart

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Hello Emma.

I will start by saying this. If you go into college undecided on a major, that is not a problem at all. A lot of people do, or realize later on that their major is not as interesting as it first sounded. Or,, possibly, that they felt that they could not do it. I actually fit into that second category. I earned a B.S. of Criminology and Criminal Justice nearly 10 years ago. I thought that was what I wanted as a career. I realized that, during college when I pulled a second job working security (personal security, event security, location security and escort services being the things I did), that it really was not to my liking. Granted I did not go into policing, but I interacted with law enforcement and dealt with quite a few issues you would be surprised at. Long story short, I now work as a driller. Quite a divergence from my degree. But I love my job.

Now. With your qualities you described, there are oppirtunities in many fields. It is best to pay attention to your personal hobbies and interests when considering a career. Working in a job field you love will be more rewarding, get you to push yourself through the day and feel like you have accomplished something at the end of it. Make the best use of your talents and make them work for you. Trust me, I have seen and heard of so many people describing themselves as you have above and not known where they should go. They work jobs they are miserable at and it shows.

My advice is go to college and get your general credits out of the way if you cannot decide immediately. Those credits can transfer to many schools out there especially if you study well and make good grades. People can tell you 'go do this', but it may not hold appeal for you in the end. That outcome would be detrimental to your happiness, and therefore ambition to succeed. My experience is, having a degree of any sort will at least open a door. What you do with that open door is up to you.

I wish you the best of luck and success.

Jamie R.

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The biggest mistake I made as a #Student at #NAZAOpportunityNow ...

The biggest mistake I made at NAZA Opportunity Now, is when I didn't put 2 days on my pay card. I was there those 2 days, just forgot to fill it out.

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17 year old needs a job

looking for a job i am 17 years old and go to school need to make some money so i can buy my graduation gown and help my family with bills please help me find a job near me

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Carlos Alvarado
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Hi Abdikadir, Did you know that 16 years is the minimum hiring age at Target? Target and other retailers in your area are currently hiring seasonal cashiers and services positions. Click on the link below to review job openings and apply today. http://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search?q=cashier&l=97236&r=25&group=company&sources%5B%5D=CB&sources%5B%5D=ID&sources%5B%5D=JC

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16 with no job

know any places looking for 16 year olds as soon as possible ? I'm homeschooled , so hours can vary . I went to an interview with Subway today and the manager explained to me that I couldn't because of my age.

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Hi Ilana: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! Since you're 16, I recommend looking for jobs with fast food restaurants, movie theaters, and grocery stores - these employers tend to hire teens. Make sure you Google hiring ages at these places to ensure they hire someone your age. Hope this helps!

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High school

Im 17 im still in high school can any one please help me out that does not include having a GED or anything like that and I have apsultely no work experience

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And private message me

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