The legal age of majority in Alabama is 19. The state does have established emancipation laws, ARC Title 26, Chapter 13 "Relief Of Minor Children From Disabilities of Nonage".
you can get a job at a fast food restaurant but you have to have a reseme if you over 16....qood luck
There are many of online resource that can provide you with information about whether the State of Alabama has any available jobs. The Alabama State personnel department has an online employment system where you can search and apply for jobs.
yes depending on the state
Yes, the GED is good enough to get into a college and to also get a job.
To find a job at the State of Alabama, try calling various state agencies to see who is hiring. You may find the phone numbers for State agencies in the blue pages of the phone directory.
One of the advantages for an adult to obain a GED is that is necessary to have a GED to be accepted into a technical college. It is also a requirement of many employers to have a GED before applying for a job.
no. you need to move out of your parents house, get a job or your GED, then get yourself emancipated
Almost any job will accept a GED as proof of high school equivalency.
First -- I am NOT a lawyer.As general rule, if you quit a job, you are not eligible for unemployment benefits. If you lose your job through no fault of your own, your eligibility will be determined by the rules of the state you move to. A period of residency may be required.can you collect unemployment if you quit your job to move out of state?what are the terms and conditions of collecting unemployment if you quit your job to move out of state?
Yes you can get a job at Verizon's with a GED. Some qualifications are, you would need to have excellent people skills, very good at answering phones and receiving messages.
Depending on the job you desire to apply for, you may find it easy or hard to get a job within the state of Alabama. If one wants to apply to fast food restaurants it may be easier then getting jobs at places like a law firm or hospital.
As each state has different employment laws, it depends on the state you work in and the reasons for quitting the job. Contact your state's employment security office for clarification.
There are very few low paid jobs out there which do not require a formal education, but to actually get a job which is capable of sustaining yourself for the rest of your life, you are going to need your GED or better.
Normally, yes, as long as you comply with the first state's requirements for finding a job and its provisions for making the move.
No. You QUIT the job. To get unemployment you have to be fired.
It depends on the reason for quitting your job in the "liable state" and whether that state has provisions for that cause.
Surprisingly, yes. The state that held your last job is obligated to pay your unemployment check even if you are not in the state. Just as long as you fulfill the requirements of that state, you can collect the unemployment.
No. A diploma or GED can be required for college entrance or a job without violating restrictions of age.
Yes a person can work in minimum wage jobs without a HS Diploma or GED, but it is harder to find a decent job.
Having a baby does not emancipate a person and neither does obtaining a GED. You are still a minor until you turn 18. yes you can you should be able to have 1 at any time