Where can a 15-year-old in Georgia find a good paying job?
Teen Jobs in GeorgiaMost employers won't hire you full time because of your age and if you had a degree in something and was legal age you would make good money. There are jobs working on farms during the summer. some jobs are mowing yards, doing odd jobs like building storage houses, barns, planting ,etc. some guys make good money doing yards in the summers. but they have to have so many yards to do and on a regular bases. good luck.
I happen to be in your exact same situation, and here's what I'm doing:
I happen to be in your exact same situation, and here's what I'm doing:
- Chick-Fil-A can hire you
- Many of your local grocery stores will hire you as bagger (Kroger, Publix, etc)
- Many rec centers are looking for teen counselors, especially during the summer, so contact your local YMCA's and boys and girls clubs, or big brother big sister
- If you like kids ( or if you're like me and just want some income) contact your local nurseries or childcare centers, as well as local churches and even some rec centers to see if you can get hired for a position
- Find some local business like your local movie theater or coffee shop and contact them. you can do a search on yelp.com to find whats in your area and call them up. Bowling Alleys, Skating rinks, or summer camps are good too.
- If you know how to swim, a lifeguard position at these local places are a really good idea.
- AMC movie theaters can hire you
- SnagAjob.com is a really good resource as well
- start your own home business; i know it sounds cliche, but it works. I made some huge bucks last summer selling sodas and chips form my house, and candy apples in the winter.
- If all else fails, look around for an internship or volunteer work; it not only makes you look better, but they may hire you later on. Try some places like Hands On Atlanta or VOX teen communications.
- hope this helps and best of luck.
109 people found this useful
Go to a car garage and get a job doing small things like sweeping,and cleaning up oil. then work your way up to changing oil and brakes ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Most jobs require a minimum age of 16, so I would say che…ck with your school if they post any job opportunities, or go on a job search site to find a job that meets your age qualification. (MORE)
Answer . you could go and work at McDonald. I hate to agree, but honestly at 16 you are going to have a hard time getting a job that pays more than minimum wage. Especially since you don't have a High School Diploma. And for the record, I would suggest that you finish High School or at least get y…our GED. There really are little to no job opportunities for someone without at least a GED. (MORE)
It is very hard to find a job when you are only fifteen years of age, but you can get a job as a babysitter for a local family, the local fast food restaurant, or even the dairy queen in the summer. The pool might even be seeking a lifeguard.
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 . 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 :)
Answer . \nfirst, i think you have to be 14 unless it changes from state to state. You could babysit, car wash, walk dogs, paint home interiors, baking. Theres always McDonalds or something too.
States have laws against child labor. So an eleven year old canmake money babysitting, newspaper route, or doing odd jobs forneighbors.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nIn the United States you cannot work construction until you are eighteen years old, for safety reasons. However, as the construction industry desperately needs qualified hands, I suggest you gain experience in any way you can by applying yourself to tasks you enjoy. … Also, focus your educational experience towards mathematics and engineering while not neglecting the other requirements. Believe it or not, someone who likes to get things done by manual, or hand, labor can benefit tremendously from educational experience. Begin looking into colleges that specialize in engineering disciplines but realize that you are probably too young to make these kinds of decisions right now. Best wishes in your endeavors. (MORE)
Well I think that a good job for a 15-year-old is like cleaning up at a Drug store or Cooking at a Resturant or a Fast food Place. Only if we were aloud to I would be a happier person.....And also it would help me out by letting me leave the house.
my anwer . you can try help out people in your neiborhood,you could try mowing lawns, or babysitting or taking care of someone's pet that is about all a 13 year old can do as a job well i hope this answer works ok. \n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nNo, not a formal job.\n. \nInterestingly, Georgia… state law only requires you to be 12 years of age. But federal law supercedes state law, and the U.S. federal law requires kids to be at least 14 years old. (MORE)
Answer . \nYou Can Get A Job At A Publix Near Logan Gate Village But They Only Higher two 14 Year olds a Year.
Answer . \nBabysitting is a great way to make money at age 13. Another way is to help neighbors with their gardening.
Answer . you can work at pubilx or disalvos pizzaria or with someone u no or family member. Answer . you can work at pubilx or disalvos pizzaria or with someone u no or family member
You should go to the library and look at the book Jobs for Kids or 100 Jobs for Kids & Young Adults forsome ideas.
Answer . With a few exceptions everywhere hires at sixteen. Try baby sitting, walking dogs, and etc...
I suggest publix baggers. Beacause if you get really good you get major high raises and if you hit store manager you get 101,000K a year. Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!
A 14 year old cannot find or make money online. Minimum age is 18 years old . Only experienced workers are able to effectively work or telecommute from home..
Start with something simple like gardening or removing leavesn and then move to something bigger. Choose a job that fits your age and grow with your job, remember you have to start small to grow big.
Do a search for " jobs for teens that pay over $25" and learn about the high paying power plant jobs that are offered to applicants without a college degree. jobs are becoming available because older workers are retiring after 30 - 40 years at their power plant jobs...... many of them started whe…n they were teenagers without a degree (MORE)
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.
\n. \nPerhaps you could deliver newspapers. Go door to door and ask to mow lawns or walk dogs. \nYou could post an add on Craig's list. Go to Google and type in the words "Craig's list' , 'Conyers' and 'work wanted'.
well they're manufacturer mouthpieces so they won't work as well as a C-star but I've been playing on a 4c for YEARS and it's made me perfectly happy.
Most 15 year old will only get paid minimum wage in Layton, Utah.Just about all fast food places will hire a teenager.
There probably aren't a whole lot of good paying jobs for 15 year olds out there but i would suggest going to the businesses in your town and asking for resumes. then, when you have a few, check out your salary options. Best advice: get back into school and get your HS Diploma or at the least a G….E.D. Without either of these, your chances for the better jobs are next to nill. Education is paramount these days - employers are taking only the best educated and qualified - and there are lots of prospective qualified applicants with all sorts of degrees seeking employment. (MORE)
A 17 year old who lives in Massachusetts may find good paying jobs,including being a server in a restaurant. 17 year olds may alsofind good jobs as babysitters, because they can decide what theycharge.
First of all, it is important to note that in Washington, a 17 yearold must not work more than 20 hours per week during school time.The minimum wage for a 17 year old in Washington is 9.32 US dollarsper hour as of 2014. So, a 17 year old will not be able to find ajob that pays more than this. If you… consider this to be a goodhourly rate, you could seek work in a supermarket, restaurant,hospital or another area of the public sector. (MORE)
\nSummer Employment\n. \nA SUMMER EXPERIENCE\nAre you looking for a summer experience that allows you to work along side people who manage the day-to-day business of our Nation? The Federal Government may have the right opportunity for you. Summer job opportunities are available in Federal agencies… throughout the United States and cover a wide variety of positions.\n. \nHow to Find Summer Job Opportunities\nUse the Office of Personnel Management's USAJOBS. USAJOBS consists of:\n. \nINTERNET - The official World Wide Web site for jobs and employment information, may be accessed at http://www.usajobs.gov\n. \nOn the web site, job seekers can access worldwide current job vacancies, employment information fact sheets, applications and forms, and in some instances, apply for jobs online. Complete job announcements can be retrieved from the web site. The USAJOBS web site also has an Online Resume Builder feature. Using the resume builder, job seekers can create online resumes specifically designed for applying for Federal jobs. Resumes created on the USAJOBS resume builder can be printed from the system for faxing or mailing to employers; and saved and edited for future use. For many of the vacancies listed on the site, job seekers can submit resumes created through USAJOBS directly to hiring agencies through an electronic submission process. (MORE)
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)
Hmmm......I would say either babysitting or asking your neighbors if there's anything you could do to help them. And if you do that, make sure you have a reasonable charge and not something ridiculous.
A good paying position for a teenager would be working at a largesupermarket chain , childcare , or life guard during the summer.
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)
\nKids & Teens To Make Money, \n. \n1. Help your parents\n2. Build a lemonade stand\n3. Be a babysitter\n4. Offer to shover snow\n5. Write articles\n6. Be a professional gamer\n7. Teach computer skills\n8. Mow the garden\n9. Sell some home-baked cookies\n10. Walk Dogs\n11. Wash Car\n12. Be a tutor\…n13. Pet sitter\n14. Buy snacks from outside & sell in school\n15. Offer the service to pick up animals poop in the garden\n16. Sell your own photos\n17. Build your own money making blog\n18. Do a paid online survey\n19. Sell handmade jewelry (MORE)
Apply job In any office company (Assurant Group), any hospital (Lenox Hill), any NY public libraries, any hotels (Library Hotel), any kind of restaurants/clubs/bars (Mar 2112), and more.....\n. \n- If that 17-year-old girl have high school diploma with EXCELLENT communication skills:\n. \nTelemark…eting, Data-based entry, Photo Developer Technician (???), Receptionist, and Office Clerk.\n. \n- If that 17-year-old girl have high school diploma (with some communication skills):\n. \nLaboratory Aide, Librarian, Janitor, Security\n. \n- If that 17-year-old girl is currently at high school:\n. \nWaitress, Cook, Cashier, and other degrading jobs.... (MORE)
GOOD PAYING JOB ?? - at 17 ?? - DUDE, you need to pay your dues like everyone else.\nstart with a crappy, low paying job and work your way up
When 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 vehi…cle 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)
A 15 year old girl will probably not be able to get a good payingjob. Babysitting or camp counseling would be on the higher end. Youmight be able to work in fast food or at a grocery store.
\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)
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)
Hi,im Destiny and im turning 12 and i think that a job that would pay good money is babysitting,housekeeping,yard sell,helping the elderly,etc. hope this helped. xoxo :)
Depending on which state you live in, you can work at a local hospital. Or you can start your own car washing business that should make you about $15-$20 a car.
I doubt that you can because I don't think many people will find an 11 year old reliable, however you may want to consider making lemonadade, assisting the elderly or walking from house to house doing some jobs and remember, the harder and the more you work, the more money you will get. You can't. T…he youngest age I've ever heard of is fifteen and you need a work permit for that. you cna check your state labor laws but i doubt that it would be younger than fourteen. (MORE)
Yes it is. If you don't have many children or owe money to a lot of people this is a lot. You make roughly around $3,900 a month give or take, and say your bill's altogether are about $2500 (this is a large number I agree), you'll still have money in your pocket. Also if you stay somewhere expensive… you will need to budget your money. In most Southern states though, you can live comfortably making that much if you're single. (MORE)
Maybe you could try babysitting its easy and is always needed cause parents always need date nights. If that's not your style you could make a lemonade stand, do chores, yard sell, wash cars, or maybe just mow yards. these are all great hope there helpful
You can: 1. babysit 2. run a lemonade stand 3. pet-sit 4. sell any toys you don't want anymore 5. mow lawns 6. do chores 7. help parents 8. help old people cross the road 9. sell candy 10. sell any old stuff you don't what (example: CDs and board games etc.) 11. sell books 12…. get a paper route 13. do surveys (thirteen and up only online) 14. Rake leaves 15. shovel snow (MORE)
5c for a year 7 student is average, as many accomplish level 5 in year 6
i am 11 and i make a lot of money by dog sitting my neighbors dogs and/or kids. you could do anything for family or friends because you can't get a real job under the age of 16 according the the law.
Yes this is an alright grade but your son should soon start working towards a Level 6B-6A in future exams.
To search for a hotel job in Massachusetts you should register source and register with a local recruitment agency who should be able to find you a number of employment options.
To find well paying compliance analyst jobs, check out local classified sections of newspapers. This type of job is very particular and positions are not always available.
The iPhone 5c came out in 2013 and may or may not still beavailable from Apple in 2015.