What would you like to do?
you can deliver papers, babysit or start your own business walking dogs, mowing lawns etc. some companies hire at 14 too i think like subway and some retail stores
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What Jobs Can Youth Do? When You Are 13 Or Younger . . . * You can deliver newspapers. * You can work as a baby-sitter. * You can work as an actor or performer… in motion pictures, television, theater or radio. * You can work in a business solely owned or operated by your parents. * You can work on a farm owned or operated by your parents. However, parents are prohibited from employing their children in manufacturing, mining, or any other occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor. When You Turn 14 . . . You also can work in an: * office, * grocery store, * retail store, * restaurant, * movie theater, * baseball park, * amusement park, or * gasoline service station. You generally may not work in: * communications or public utilities jobs, * construction or repair jobs, * driving a motor vehicle or helping a driver, * manufacturing and mining occupations, * power-driven machinery or hoisting apparatus other than typical office machines, * processing occupations, * public messenger jobs, * transporting of persons or property, * workrooms where products are manufactured, mined or processed, or * warehousing and storage. In addition, you may not work any other job or occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor. Different rules apply to farms, and individual States may have stricter rules. http://www.youthrules.dol.gov/jobs.htm Search Employment laws by state - http://www.youthrules.dol.gov/states.htm From other contributors: * if you have a workers permit from your school you can start working at a McDonald's or some other fast food restaurants * Well Chick-fil-a hires in Newtown Connecticut. They will give you minimum wage and the boss is very nice. The staff will help you out at first because you are new. * paper round * restaurants * shops * malls
14 Year Old Business Empires... no take care of older people totally
Any kind of jobs that are not too dangerous and jobs that the parents approve of. for example:baby sittingwalking dogsanimal day carelocal shortstop shopping (shopping for nei…ghbors at a local market for quick and easy items)handy movers (help with moving)newspaper boy/girlI live in California and my uncle owns a store, so i can work in it for 3$ an hour, that is a good and safe job.
i am also 13 and having trouble to so why not babysit for your neighbors or family.
14 year olds who live in Wichita, Kansas may be able to work at pools in the summer as lifeguards. They may also be able to on farms.
work at publix retard
There are many different places that will hire you in Wichita. Some of the places you can look at are Walmart and McDonald's.
There are many jobs that a fourteen year old can do but how much depends. Paper rounds are good jobs as you can do them from 13. Saturday girls/boys at hairdressers althou…gh many hairdressers only take on people who want to pursue it as a career, most of the time. Washing dishes is common but you can't work after nine or ten pm. Waiting is available depending where!!!!! Top resturaunts in London will say no but local reasturaunts/ bars will recruit for the evenings. Try just writing letters and sending them out to different places in your area. That's what I did! I sent out ten letters and got two replies, both offering me a job!
Olivers and Village Inn as far as I know
you can take peoples cats on long walks for a lot of dosh
You can get a job at your local dillions or your local sonic
It depends , in Dillon's you can work but you are very limited. In McDonald's at least 4(or less) months before you turn 16 . In domino you can work their at 15 but depends on… the manager. In cici's pizza you can work at 14 , but i do not recommend it. at burger king you can also work at 15 but like i said it depends on the manger . baby sitting is a good way to begin or mow lawns i did that with my father and i got 30$ for each lawn i did . depends how much they pay you. -Barbie
Your desire to work is exceptional, but it is highly unlikely that any formal employer would hire your due to Child Labor Laws. But, this does not mean you can't make money…. With your parents'/guardian's help, you could sell on eBay or other online auction sites. You could either manufacture your own crafts, or find old items at garage sales and flip them online. You could sell on Craig's List. You could even set up your own blog and advertise. Just use your imagination.