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Janae Smith
4 days ago

Hello I am a 17 year old looking for her first job, I live in Ft. Lauderdale, FL #teenjobs

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Athena Nesbeth
about 2 months ago

I’m looking for a stay at home job something I will enjoy good pay. And something in Batavia New York #teenjobs

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Arlene Thomas

Wear a nice outfit. Make sure you clean up good. And look at the interviewer in the eyes.

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Patricia Woods

Take social security card and driver's license

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Tylerisgaming Engle
over 6 months ago

Do u guys hire 13 year olds

I'm a 13 year old that needs many to help family

So my question is do u hire 13 year olds

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George Sarty

As far as retail goes, pretty good. If u do your job, they leave you to do it. Good people as you have to be customer friendly so most of the employees are nice and easy to work with.

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Dariona Phillips

You don’t need any experience love ! They’ll teach you every cashier job had a different system

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Kristi Inzana

Honestly most cash registers are now computers and if you really don't understand it, someone will train you on how to use them. Big issue I always have is money all facing the same same way together. I don't know how most places do it here in Florida but every time I get change I have to face all the bills the same. And when I was working for puff n snuff also subway up north we had to put all bills in registers like that to.

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Barbara Hobbs

Some places like Olive Garden let younger kids serve food but in most retail, to serve alcohol you must be 21. They might still hire you to stand at front as a greeter, seat people and bring water or non-alcohol drinks and menus while letting older staff serve alcohol. Retail stores like Walgreens will hire teens or college kids and if you are under 21, they will call up an adult 21 or over to ring up any alcohol or tobacco sales.

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Barbara Hobbs

McDonalds hired my 16 year old teen in his first job ever and put him on the grill first day since he’s tall (almost 6 ft 3.5” and looks much older but still a Sophomore HS student) with later rotation to the drive-thru and front counter cashier duties too. He was proactive in mentioning he was a full-time honors 4.0 student and could only work after school 3 days a week so they practically gave him a Tues-Thurs after school 4pm until 10pm schedule and never worked him to 12pm close, weekends or holidays because he requested no interference in having to get up by 6:30am or 7:00am next day for HS classes to keep his grades up. They complied because they like to over hire and give people schedules they want to have so it builds team morale and loyalty to the company and reduces staff turnover. Oh yeah, the hourly pay is pretty competitive locally too!

Some places like Taco Bell and other fast food chains offer assistance with scholarships and financial aid for college too.

My older 19 year old teen son got his first job as a grocery store bagger backing up the cashier and he rounded up carts at Kroger in Houston and then occasionally was asked to help stock shelves too or unload boxes in the back warehouse area. Be flexible and willing to help out your shift team members. He got regular cash small tips from seniors offering assistance to help unload their groceries into the back of their cars too.

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kim savant

"Indeed" is the only place I search for remote work. You get your own account that tracks your applications and allows employers to contact you through the sites messaging or cloaked email. And they are proactive about weeding out scams which is important for someone with minimal work experience. The best thing is that there are TONS of jobs. I got two offers my first week of searching. Good luck!

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Kim Bakke

Uhaul

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Jeliza Guzman

Very busy , sometimes stressful because of how busy it gets , but overall it’s a great place ☺️

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zaire antone

It is very busy. The co-workers are very nice and welcoming!

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