Does WalMart hire 16 year olds?
Yes They do hire 16 year olds in most states but you would have to check with them. Well technically it depends on the states child labor laws because walmart the company does recongnize 16 years as being able to work.
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Here's your answer. JOBS at 16 i know that American appreal hires 16yr olds. it's in Manhattan and alot of other places such as California and Florida.it's a good paying job for a 16 year old they pay 9 the hour. it's the best.
Sixteen year olds can work at family restaurants, grocery storesand fast food restaurants. You can also work at camps, babysit andmow lawns.
I don't think so. maybe when your 16. I know, just a year off . Hopefully it goes fast, right? Wrong, Yes they do~
No. Child labor laws prevents hiring someone under 16 years old. Walmart hires at 18.
I've heard that it depends on the McDonald's that you go to. But most business hire at 16. So It really depends.
Publix is hiring 14 and up , but rue 21 is not only 18 year old
Walmart is a large chain business for adults to work that is why I chose for Walmart to not hire anyone under 18 haha
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In Arkansas, most fast food establishments will hire 16 year olds. Some grocery stores as well. Their hours to work are limited to only after school hours until about 9:00 pm on weekdays. The only way a school age person can work weekdays if they are in high school and in a school work program in wh…ich they get school credits for having a job but there are requirements to get in this program and a rules to ensure the student actually works because the school will dismiss the student early from school on the days they have to work. (MORE)
There are many places that hire 16 year old teenagers in Chicago.Some places are fast food restaurants and grocery stores.
I believe they would but it all depends on your maturity and the way you carry yourself when you enter the place to ask them for an application or even for your interview.
Some grocery/supermarket stores hire 16 year olds. Often there are child appropriate stores in malls that look for younger hires to be kid friendly. Check at Claire's for example.
No. You have to be at least 15 years old. If not, 16 years old or older.
Someone who is 16 years old cannot retain a lawyer because minorscannot enter into contracts. The only exception is if the minor isemancipated.
Well go to McDonalds or any other Fast food place or even any little store like Family Dollar.
Many grocery stores will hire 16-years-olds as part-time as stockers or baggers. McDonald's and other fast food places are also good places to job search. Most of these employers realize that 16-year-olds do not have much, if any, experience and are willing to hire.
Walmart requires that a person be at least 16 years old to work fortheir company. Walmart has a few positions that require a person tobe 18 years old.
Yes, you are able to apply for a job at most Target stores around the USA. If you are 16 and wish to be hired at Target, your best time to apply is from summer to roughly October. That is when they are looking for seasonal extra help.
Many places hire 17 year old teens to work for them. Among them arefast food restaurants, grocery stores and clothing stores aimed atyoung people.
No, in most case a 16 year old cannot hire their own attorneywithout the consent of their parent. This is unless the law of thestate that the child is living in, dictates otherwise.
wal mart will hire you part time, 20 hours a week as a cashier or cart pusher, and you can get more hours when you turn 18. both of those jobs are easy, I was a cart pusher for a year and now I'm a cashier, I'm 18 now, was 16 when i was hired
\nWhen You Turn 14 You can work in an:\n. \noffice, grocery store, retail store, restaurant, movie theater, baseball park, amusement park, or gasoline service station.\n. \nYou generally may not work in:\n. \ncommunications or public utilities jobs, construction or repair jobs, driving a motor ve…hicle 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.\n. \nIn addition, you may not work any other job or occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor.\n. \nWhen You Turn 16 You can work in any job or occupation that has not been declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor.\n. \nHazardous Occupations\n. \nYou generally may not work in any of the following hazardous occupations: manufacturing and storing of explosives, driving a motor vehicle and being an outside helper on a motor vehicle; coal mining, logging and sawmilling, power-driven woodworking machines, exposure to radioactive substances, power-driven hoisting apparatus, power-driven metal-forming, punching, and shearing machines, mining, other than coal mining, meat packing or processing (including the use of power-driven meat slicing machines), power-driven bakery machines, power-driven paper-product machines, manufacturing brick, tile, and related products, power-driven circular saws, band saws, and guillotine shears, wrecking, demolition, and shipbreaking operations, roofing operations and all work on or about a roof, or excavation operations.\n. \nDifferent rules apply to farms, and individual States may have stricter rules.\n. \nhttp://www.youthrules.dol.gov/jobs.htm (MORE)
You'll need to understand first that there are a lot of obstacles discouraging employers from hiring teens. Additionally many online sites wont accept your application if you are under 18. It may be difficult for you to find a job, but its not impossible, if you treat the job search like a job in it…self you will eventually find something. If there is a particular place you are interested in working for, (restaurant or retail chain are sometimes willing to hire teens) i recommend you visit them in person to fill out an application. Dress neatly & take all the metal stuff out of your face (if applicable). Print up a resume and include it with the application, it doesnt matter that there wont be much on it, just the fact that you bothered may help. You might also discuss the matter with a school guidance counselor. They may have some connections, or know of places other teens have worked or are working at in your area. Check with the local YMCA or at your local community center. (MORE)
Depending on where you live, you may try private owned businesses, like waitress. US law is strict about child labor, and you're not likely to find a job until 16.
Many places will hire 16 year olds. Just keep labor laws in mind. 16 year olds can not legally work certain jobs.
Yes, but most likely you won't be working at the registers or making the food and drinks until you are 18. Teens at the age of 16 are usually cleaning the tables or bathrooms.
No. Child labor laws prevents an employer from hiring under 16 years old. COMPLETELY INCORRECT Try a food court at a mall, they hire 15 year old. (sources) my mall does it.
Summer camps may hire 13 year olds. 13 year olds can also starttheir own business by washing cars or baby sitting for people intheir neighborhood.
Radioshack, McDonalds (at 16), Krogers (at 16), Arby's (at 16), Publix (14 & up), Chick Fil-a (15 & up), Gamestop (16 for seasonal, but 17 for all year)
You might have a hard time getting hired, but most restaurants might hire you as a bus boy, or most fast food places would hire you too. Those types of jobs would probably be the easiest to get.
Krogers, Lids, Champs, Vans Store, Pacsun ,Great American Cookie, Pizza Hut, Dominoes , Mcdonalds, Burgerking And Wendys ,,,,etc
Teenagers older than 16 can often find jobs in the hospitalityservices. Waiters, hosts, cashiers, and baby-sitters are examplesof this type of job.
Go to china there is alot of stores there. trust me, i been there =D
Anyone can technically hire you, but your chances of actually being hired for a good full time job probably aren't that great since you haven't been to college. You can try a grocery store cashier/bagger or work at a fast food restaurant.
Generally Tropical Smoothie hires 18 year old but applicants under 18 year old with the proper work permits might be put into consideration.
No. You have to have a "work permit" in most states but work permits can only be administered for 14 years and up to 17, I believe. 10 is a little young to be working at such a large industry, anyway.
Yes, there are many places that hire teens at the age of 16. Go around your community and put applications in at some businesses. Some places you should try are: grocery stores, retail shops, and other places like that.
i don't think anyone will just do odd jobs for people around the neighborhood i was able to make $350 dollars in a week and a half.
mcdonalds....not being rude or anything but no way would they hirea 13 year old....too young...inexperienced...your better of lookingin a pub where you can earn eight pounds an hour...so easy too :)
filled out an application if you pass the test they going to call you if you are lucky. If you saw you passed the test keep called them every day until you get the job that's the beat ways.
Well there are many fast food places that will hire at sixteen also intestine motels will hire at sixteen to clean rooms or you could get into state babysitting where the state will pay you an hourly wage to watch kids and also safeguarding
Check with fast food places. They will only give you a part time job at 16, but it will give you some work experience.
You can work at fast-food resturants such as: Starbucks, burger king, Mcdondals, Subway, Pizza hut (depends on what state you live in), family bussiness (maybe, depends), odd jobs such as (Newspaper, mowing lawns, babysitting, at a planting company etc), and sometimes hotels or motels.
It depends on the manager, and if they believe you would be a good employe. A few years ago I was conducting interviews for a job opening - one guy who applied was an ex convict and I was worried that I was holding his past against him - while speaking with the head office, I shared my concern. The …HR person asked me, if I didn't know about his past would I hire him? That was an "ah-ha" moment - NO! I wouldn't have given him a second thought! He was rude, dirty and late for his interview! Show up on time, a few minutes early wouldn't hurt. Come dressed appropriately (slacks or skirt & shirt or a dress) Hair neat, easy on the makeup. Be honest and polite; if asked about the charge - take responsibility for your mistakes (don't blame anyone else) but explain that you have moved on and now want a chance to prove to everyone that you're never going to make a mistake like that again. Smile while listening and make eye contact. Be prepared to tell the manager why you want to work there, because no one else has hired you is not a good answer. (Look up Walmart and find something you like about the company - like chance of advancement into management.) At the end of the interview thank the manager for his / her time. Good luck! (MORE)
Nowhere. I'm pretty sure that child labor laws would not allow it. And even if they did, you wouldn't be working that much so you would get payed very little. It wouldn't be worth it at all.
i was wondering did u every find out im going thru the same thing now.
If the misdemeanors are not drug or theft-related and you are honest and disclose them on the consent, then generally you won't have a problem. I have the same issue and was recently offered an assistant management position with them. Good luck.
To give them something to do because old people get bored. When old people get bored, they get annoying. When they get annoying, their family suffers. When their family suffers, they get angry. When they get angry, they want to take it out on something. When they want to take it out on something, th…ey get a black belt in karate. When they get a black belt in karate, they want to help the community. When they want to help the community, they fight crime. When they fight crime, they get a bad reputation with bad people. When they get a bad reputation with bad people, they wake up in a roadside ditch. Don't let them wake up in a roadside ditch. Hire an old person at Walmart. (MORE)
What paid jobs can a 14 year old do if looking for a job but no where seems to hire 14 year olds as they say you have to be 16 years plus any suggestions?
Not many places will hire a 14 ear old. By law to get a job youhave to at least 16 years old.
Unfortunately, food places are the easiest places for 16 year olds to get a job, but you could try locally owned stores and businesses, KMart, Target, Walmart, Clothing stores, Best Buy if you have knowledge in computers or electronics, etc. If you have special interests or talents in an area, you c…ould also try businesses related to them. (MORE)