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2011-09-12 14:30:52
2011-09-12 14:30:52

yes, of course. I'm a 13 year old girl that lives in Texas and i have a job. I work as a baby-sitter.Also, I walk dogs and work at a dog shelter. So, 13 and 14 year girls can have a job.

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In the US you must be at least 14 to work for most companies. You could do extra chores for your parents, babysit, walk dogs, cut lawns, or do chores for neighbors for extra cash.

Well you can also work as a soccer ref at 12 and get paid about 14$ every 45min.....unless its winter you can get paid upto 50$ every 45min.

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