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Answered 2010-05-14 14:59:46

There are no work hours limitations for 18 year old teenagers.


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a 17 year old can work 26 hours per week

The amount of hours that a 16 year old can work in Texas is 3.5 hours a week. The most they can work a week is 12 hours.

There are no work hours limitations for 17-year-olds.

they can work up to five hours

While not in school, a 17 year old can work up to 8 hours per day. During the regular semester, a 17 year old can only work 5 hours per day.

Up to 6 hours a week in England

4 per day but, if you are 17 and a half you can work 6 hours.

employers can only let you work no more than 7 hours

there are no restrictions on an 18 year old, even if he is in school

half an hour should be just about right for a 12 year old

how many hours of sleep should a 43 yr old woman get. I have no children but work 42.5 hr week

im 17 and I worked 39 hours this week

It's usually three hours on a school night.

you cant work because you are to young but you can work for a babysitting job with experience.

A 16 year old in kansas can work no more than 3 hours on a school day and in total at most for a week only 40 or less

no that is not possible your maneger chossess how many hours you work.

they can work as many hours as they want as long as their boss is not found by the feds and arrested for child abuse.

It depends on the legislation of the country.

A 17 year old that's still enrolled in regular day school can work no more then 28 hours a week and there are no federal laws regarding how many hours a day someone 16 years or older can work but your state may have there own regulations, you can find out how many hours a day you can work by calling 1-866-487-2365

well considering your under18 you can only work managers choice

26 hours a day but only 8 days a week :/

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