What is a good job someone 14 can get in elmsdale?
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Yes they can!!!!! My 14 year old just got a job as a waitress adn is working on weekends and for a 14 year old $7 to $8 is enough! especially considering that the works about 10 hourse on weekends (5 hours a day) that is roughyly $70 to $80 dollars! .
Answer . hey there,\nyes you can get a job when your 14. i am 13 and i have a buisness and a paper run.
Answer . i think you will find it hard to find a job that pays well at 14, any employers willing to take you on will probably pay you a pittance.. Answer . go to teens4hire.org. well if you are a 14 F Dustin has a great job for you :)
news paper route is a good start Answer you can't, unless you have a family member of really nice friend who knows someone willing to hire you. Child labor laws are very strict now, you have to have a work permit to have a job if you are under 16 and you have to be 15 1/2 to get that permit. Also… its very hard even for most 16 year olds to find a first job. most places wont hire first timers. and especially not 14 year olds because some people are very nosy and the owner of the business could get in trouble for letting you work so young. fourteenyear old jobs -a 14 year old can get a job babysitting nearby -or helping out with after school activities -you can mabe even ask your parents to help out at their job -helping clean up the community is a great job and if done well you might be noticed by town mayor -if you think about it real hard there could be alot of jobs a fouteen year old can do (MORE)
Answer . \nThere are many grocery clerks who started out as baggers. If you have an opportunity to get work as a bagger, don't pass it up, at least until you have tried it. There are very few jobs that a 14 year old can get.
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macdonalds is a good place !. ^^ noooo they're wicked mean to you and always make you go in the first window which is the stupidest thing ever you have to sit back there for 8 hours at a time and they make you put together stupid happy meals... its wicked boring.... at the mcdonalds near my house …you have to be 16 to work there. (MORE)
Since the normal working age is 16 in most places and for most jobs, generally 14 years old will have a difficult time finding a job. Although there are things that you can do to earn a little extra money! Here are some examples: - Babysitting - Lawn Mowing - Raking Leaves - Delivering News…papers - Dog Walking - Lemonade Stand - Shoveling Snow (Winter) - Gardening - Watering Plants/Lawns (Neighbors, Family or Friends) Hope this helps! well, you can babysit by taken an 8 hour class or you can mow lawns and in this time of year you can rake leaves or wait till winter and shovel driveways. Extra chores around the house can sum up to a bit of money. A local delivery route is always an option, also. Just use your imagination and think of things you love. Brainstorm and you can make ways to earn money. For example, i love photography. Im only 13 so i cant get a job or anything. But i have a camera and i take photos when i have spare time. I take pictures of nature and some turn out really great but all they do is sit in the computer. So i;ve decided to print out my photos, buy some cheap but nice looking frames and sell them to people i know or i can have my parents set up a yard sell and sell them there at my own little booth.Hope this helps(: dont get a job if your only 14!! at 14 you should be out at the movies partying with your friends not scrubbing tables at taco bell. wait a few years and get a decent job. If you are responsible enough you could become a babysitter. If you have elderly people or people such as working single parents in your neighborhood you could start a business shoveling snow, raking leaves and mowing the lawn for them. By charging a reasonable price you could attract a small group of regular customers. Once you start they would know they could call you for other types of work such as cleaning out the garage or cellar. The key is to charge a reasonable, affordable price. Don't expect to get rich with just a little work. (MORE)
just look around your area and ask if you can do chores around the stables.that's what im goin to do.and that's wat other people tell me to do.
14 y/o can work no longer than 20 hours a week and that's when you are not in school. you will most likely get jobs such as something at McDonald's, Burger King, Domino's or Pizza Hut. It is not the best thing in the world but at least you got money to buy your girl something by the end of the month…. Work at a summer camp or a local grocery store or a convenient store. (MORE)
the only jobs u can get are office grocery store retail store restraunt being a janitor movie theatre baseball park food stand amusment park gas station thats it though but even then u have to do tests and other stuff and just hope for the job so good luck on finding a job:)
Go wave the signs for housing developers. $10/hr or more and you get to listen to music and hang outside all day. Unless you live somewhere with crappy weather...
You can be a Publix bagger at the age of fourteen. You dont get payed to badly and after a few months you can get either promoted or get a raise.GL.
14 year olds cannot legally get jobs in Ohio. Some good things theycan do to earn extra cash are babysitting and doing odd jobs forneighbors.
Babysitting is a good job for a 14 to 16 year old in Texarkana. Itallows you to set your own hours and how much you make.
B/c of child labor laws, I believe you cannot be hired until you are 16yrs old, and I think you do have to have a certain GPA.
I'm sorry to tell you this but at this time of hardship it is pretty much IMPOSSIBLE , I'm 16 and have been applying for job for the past half a year. I'm very clever and presentable and was also Head Girl at school. Their's so much compition for jobs i guess you can apply, make a CV with your basi…c details on. But seen as you won't have done any GCSE exams or even work expierence i dowbt you will find anything.. You could maybe get a job in a cafe, or hairdressers or a market but it wont be good pay .. minium wage for under 16's is Â£3.57 per hour! So its not good pay but i guess its a start.. Good luck with the job hunt! (MORE)
While mountain biking is a good avocation, translating it into a paid job may be a stretch. That said, there are companies that need people to lead biking tours as well as bike shops that have technicians to fix and optimize bikes.
Yes, that is, eventually, once you become of "legal age". Hairdressing requires a license from your local government or state after completion of any required educational courses. Licenses to practice hairdressing are not granted to minor children. . Also, child labor laws come into play here, too…. . If you want the best "good paying" jobs, stay in school, excel in every subject, graduate high school with honors, then go to college and get an advanced degree. (MORE)
When You Turn 14 can work at: 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. Different rules apply to farms, and individual States may have stricter rules. http://www.youthrules.dol.gov/jobs.htm mowin the lawn mostly that's the smartest thing 2 do. u make about 35 dollars a lawn. so if u do 3 yards a day and do it every day u can have sumwhere arpund 750 in a week (MORE)
why don't you go back to the job you left? this is the best answer your gonna get because we don't know why you left nor what you did
IQ relates to the ability to learn, but tells nothing about you. You need aptitude tests, maybe an ASVAB, to give you some ideas for your future. Also, look at your talents, what you enjoy doing and what kinds of work you would like to do. Many community colleges have free interactive career explora…tion. (MORE)
u can work over the summer at babysitting, in camps, and even at the ymca.
Someone who does not have a job, can train and get a job as a customer adviser at a bank or any other work place, but that person has to be determined and the pay isn't that bad.
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Hi. You can do paid surveys online, those paid to click sites are acttually ok (well some), you click on ads for about 1 pence each and then they send you a cheque or they pay you through paypal. It wont make you much but if you do about 15 mins a day you can earn about twenty quid a week.. this s…ite basically has all the best ones, let me know how it goes :). www.christophergreen1.web.officelive.com (MORE)
Gunsmith in the civilian sector.. In the military, armorer, armorer's assistant, gunner, gun maintenance, sniper, scout, SEAL, Army Special Forces, Marine Force Recon.
well I'm 15 when i was that age i lifted whieghts i am buffed right now i ate eggs and everything
Yes. You can even get a job when your 13. The most popular is reffing and scorekeeping.
You don't. Due to child labor laws, you can't get a job. However, if you need extra money, you could do odd jobs in your neighborhood or ask your guardians for an allowance, or an increase thereof. It might depend on the state your in. My friend Kenny works at less then minimum wage in McDonald. T…his is in AZ. (MORE)
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Well if you mean volunteering, janitor volunteering or helping out in classrooms they used to be in.
"If you want someone to do a good job, give them a good job to do." This is a quote attributed to the American psychologist Frederick Hertzberg . It is associated with his " Dual Structure Theory " or " Two Factor Theory " which discusses work-place motivation. Motivation of workers, while of…ten tampered with by HR departments (and others) in Western style management structures, is most easily achieved by the replacement of traditional Western style management with methods originating within Japanese manufacturing in the 1950s. This is the principle reason why well motivated workers are such a rare occurrence outside of Japan and Korea. Ironically, one of the principle architects of Japan's 'economic miracle' was an American, Dr. W. Edwards Deming , who applied statistical methods of process control (SPC) developed by the physicist and statistician Walter Shewart , also American. Although it sounds 'dry' or 'dull', this methodology is at the core of 'giving some a good job to do'. Another hugely influential person in this regard was Taiichi Ohno , who is considered the father of the Toyota Production System ( TPS ). TPS is often called ' Lean Manufacturing ' by those companies that have adopted it. A leading British figure in this field, who has done much to adapt the TPS to the work of service based organisations is John Seddon , an Occupational Psychologist and founder of Vanguard Consulting and inventor of the Vanguard Method . Seddon's work has given service based organisations (including those in the public sector) the opportunity to give their workers 'a good job to do' by recognising the key differences as well as similarities between systems of work that deliver excellent customer service and excellent manufactured products. The key success factor for both manufacturing and service based companies who want to give their workforces 'a good job to do' is; to employ ' Systems Thinking ' in the way they design and manage their work. Traditional, Western style management, (often called 'Command & Control' by Systems Thinkers) is based on Taylorism . It divides work functionally and keeps managers, who make decisions about the work (alone), detached from it. They use arbitrary, target driven measurements to judge the standards of the work and its outputs. Systems thinkers on the other hand, design work by studying customer demand and considering the satisfaction (usually the delight) of the customer to be the purpose of the work. They create systems of work that deliver goods or services to meet those demands and use measures which are derived from the work and its purpose. Those measures are used by the workforce and managers to make decisions about the work and the way it flows through the system. This tends to be a highly efficient way to deliver excellent products and services and it also tends to eliminate waste within a system. As workers are responsible for their work and the decisions they make about it, they also tend to do a very good job. They are motivated because they have a good job to do. This methodology also has innovation 'built in', as everyone's job becomes 'improve the work' as well as serve the customer. Flipping the coin, we might think about what demotivates a workforce. Command and control managers believe their activities, plans and measures and the decisions derived from them, put them in control and that any problems that occur must therefore be the fault of workers. However, this is not the case. Deming showed that 95% of problems are system based, only 5% can be attributed to the workforce. People taking the blame for what is not their fault, clearly doesn't inspire or motivate them. Their 'best efforts' in a bad system will never amount to anything. Command and control thinking removes decision making from the workforce and in so doing, divorces people's intellects from their work and robs them of most of the job satisfaction that they would otherwise have. This is part of a quote, which illustrates the point, from Konosuke Matshushita a Japanese industrialist who built such companies as Panasonic and Technics. "Your firms are built on the Taylor Model; even worse, so are your heads. With your bosses doing the thinking while the workers wield the screwdrivers, you're convinced deep down that this is the correct way to run a business. For you, the essence of leadership is getting the ideas out of the heads of the bosses and into the hands of the labour. We are beyond the Taylor Model; business, we know, is now so complex and difficult, the survival of firms so hazardous in an environment increasingly unpredictable, competitive, and fraught with danger, that their continued existence depends on the day-to-day mobilization of every ounce of intelligence. For us, the essence of effective leadership is precisely the art of mobilizing and pulling together the intellectual resources of all employees in the service of the firm. Only by drawing on the combined brainpower of all its employees can a firm face up to the turbulence and constraints of today's environment." Systems Thinking in the Public Sector, by John Seddon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Systems-Thinking-Public-Sector-Regime/dp/0955008182 (MORE)
Approach a teacher outside of class and ask him or her to be a reference.
One of the best majors for someone who enjoys volunteering and is also a very good leader is a Business Major. This way you can come up with your own business and focus on volunteering in an area that interests you most :)
14 year olds don't have a lot of job opportunities. And if there are, their probably 14 years and 9 months. If you are 14 years and 9 months, coaching colleges (yes i know) have good pay- around $10 an hour, or do "unofficial" jobs like gardening for neighbour for cash etc. Wait till your 16, then y…ou can work anywhere part-time. (MORE)
You could be an accountant, a coach, a gym teacher, a math teacher, an engineer. The list is endless.
The best job for a teenager is with a family friend. Ex. if your parents know someone who owns a corner store, bakery, ice cream store. This creates a comfortable and safe environment for a first jod. Also babysitting is a classic teenage summer job. If you dont really like little kids, team up with… a few friends. If you cook, clean, or organize activities it saves a lot of time and allows the ones who like children to spend time with them care free. One last suggestion is at the mall. During the summer, lots of stores need clerks, people to take messages and send e-mails, or someone to watch help the counter girl. There are lots of options. Just start asking! (MORE)
Unfortunately, liking cats is not a good recommendation for finding a job where you would have a great deal of contact with cats. Most animal care jobs require an ability to maintain a slight degree of emotion distance as some animals will be too hurt, too sick, too old or too feral to treat and wil…l be euthanized humanely. This is particularly true of shelters as they often must euthanize healthy older animals that are less likely to be adopted so that the shelter doesn't become overcrowded and a breeding ground for disease. Having said that, you may be able to find a paying position with a cat rescue or a cat shelter, although most of these positions are volunteer. If you can make peace with the euthanasia aspect of it, working as a veterinary technician or veterinary assistant may also be a good fit. (MORE)
you could make a show of you torturing yourself in hideous ways and sell tickets to like minded people.. That would be the best way forward really for society.
You can work as a freelance writer or you can create your own blog. If you creature your own blog, you will have more freedom to express your own ideas and concepts. You can make blogs profitable by having advertisements on the blog. Another option is to do an Expert position at Weegy look for th…e link below. However, you do need t give accurate information. No investment , just sign up and answer questions. You can also give advice on many of the sites like this one that provide answers to questions just like the one you asked. If you were looking t make a living, you should definitely look into getting your own blog and finding a niche. I know many writers that are very successful just for having a blog. Any career that you will be guiding, or sharing your expertise, would suite you well. (MORE)
You can do any of the fine arts (painting, sculpting). A set designer or costume designer for movies and plays is another great choice. Basically anything hands on is good for you. If you really want to go beyond, you could become a LEGO toy designer.
A good job for someone with aspergers is something that requires some form of repetition, as they are most likely to benefit from this.
Most businesses won't hire unless you are at or above the age of 18, although some places hire at the age of 16.
a person is good at their job if they have been working a long time at the job and do a lot of hard work
All publishing companies rely on someone proofreading books before they are published. Script writers and play writers also rely on proofreading professionals before sending out finished scripts and plays.
Generally the best jobs in this field are in the medical transcription sector. You can even find a number of work at home jobs with this type of training.
A good job for someone who is social would be one where the employee comes into contact with members of the public. Examples of this type of job are bar staff or shop assistant.
Good job management software is available from Microsoft. Other companies that sell it are Procore, Workflow Max, Metacommunications and the company Razor Sync.
It all depends on how the person is effected by the disease. I have it reasonably well under control now and feel safe to take on just about anything. I have a background in building and some engineering sales and manufacturing, At 66 i dont particularly relish hard physical work although I still ke…ep up with many much younger men. A lot has to do with your attitude. (MORE)