How old do you have to be to work in Florida?
In Florida, you can began working at the age of 14 without a work permit. There are limitations to when you can work. When public school is in session, minors may work a maximum of 3 hours per day on school days and up to 8 hours per day on Saturday, 8 hours on Sunday and 8 hours on non-school days when a school day does not follow. You can only work 15 hours a week (7 day periond). May work between the hours of 7am and 7pm. NO work during public school hour.
June 1st through Labor day you can work up to 8 hours per day 40 hours per week between 7am and 9pm.
You can do yard work and other conventional things before you reach this age. You can work as a golf caddy. For most jobs for minors minimum wage is offered.
Work permits are required in many states, but they are NOT required in Florida. "Work Permits" and/or "Working Papers" are not required in Florida and are not issued by either schools or a governmental agency in Florida. Unfortunately, many popular teen employers use applications with the request "If you are under 18, can you supply a Work Permit?" These applications are being used for businesses that have operations in other states that do require Work…
while a 14 yr old might manage to get some kind of job in Florida they would not receive the same wage as an adult doing the same job. so to that question i would have to say no a 14 yr old can't get a real part time job in Florida. A 14 year old can work in Florida. I live in port orange Florida and I applied at publix and chik fil a…
age at which minor can work The age you can work as a minor in Florida is 14. If you are under 16 years old you can only work 3 hours if you have school the next day and you can work 8 hours if you have no school the next day. Try publix, target, fast food restuarants, fairs, flea markets, jamba juice and local parks if you are 14-15 years old.