Jobs for Pre-Teens

Jobs for pre-teens (ages 9 to 14) are usually odd-jobs that pay on cash-basis, and require parental consent. Dog-walking, gardening, painting, or newspaper deliveries are some of the jobs a pre-teen normally undertakes.

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What are jobs paying over 100000 dollars a year?

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Jobs for 15 yr old boy after school and weekends?

* You can deliver newspapers. * You can work as a baby-sitter. * You can work as an actor or performer in motion pictures, television, theater or radio. * You can work in a business solely owned or operated by your parents. * You can work on a farm owned or operated by your parents.

However, parents are prohibited from employing their children in manufacturing, mining, or any other occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor.

When You Turn 14 . . .

You also can work in an:

* office, * grocery store, * retail store, * restaurant, * movie theater, * baseball park, * amusement park, or * gasoline service station. You generally may not work in:

* communications or public utilities jobs, * construction or repair jobs, * driving a motor vehicle 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. Different rules apply to farms, and individual States may have stricter rules.

http://www.youthrules.dol.gov/index.htm

Student Career Experience Program

There is a need to attract diverse and talented students with skills which will be critical to the future workforce needs of the Federal Government. The arrangements for such jobs are developed under the Federal Student Educational Employment Program. That program provides for work-study partnerships between the students, the educational institutions, and various Federal agencies. The value of participating in The Student Career Experience Program is two-fold: 1. It enriches the educational process by giving students relevant job experiences; and, 2. It provides Federal employers with an opportunity to take an active role in developing their future workforce. The Student Career Experience Program gives students a "jump start" in their chosen career fields by providing valuable, paid work experience while they are still in school. After completion of their academic and work requirements, students will be eligible for permanent employment. The Student Career Experience Program Features: * Open to students from high school through graduate or professional schools, including technical and vocational schools; * Provides an opportunity to gain work experience directly related to an academic field of study; * Allows for a flexible work schedule on a part-time or full-time basis; * Allows students to earn leave credit for illness and vacation; and * Includes health and life insurance options Eligibility Requirements: Students are eligible for The Student Career Experience Program if they are: * Enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a degree student (diploma, certificate, etc.) in an accredited institution; and, * At least the minimum age required by Federal, state or local laws and standards governing the employment of minors; and, * Taking at least half-time academic or vocational or technical course load in an accredited high school, technical or vocational school, 2-year or 4-year college or university, graduate or professional school; and * A U.S. citizen or a national (resident of American Samoa or Swains Island). Non-citizens may be eligible for employment if: (1) permitted by a Federal agency's appropriations act; and (2) eligible to work under U.S. immigration laws. U.S. citizenship is required for conversion to permanent employment under this program. Students may contact their school guidance office, career planning and placement office, teachers, or Federal agency employment office where they are interested in working. They may also visit the OPM website at this address: http://www.opm.gov/employ/students/index.htm

From other contributors:

* With a work permit from school a 15 yr old is allowed to work 20 hours a week. I had a part time job at a convalescent home in the kitchen, passing trays. I was just 15 yr old and the summer before High School. The convalescent homes are always in need of employees and especially in the kitchen. Tommie's Hamburgers, McDonald's or any fast food place near home is another great option in first jobs/part time work for 15 yr old. Wishing all the 15 yr old who are looking for part time work the best of luck and "My vote of confidence!" * It is quite difficult to find a job that fits that description (especially without a permit) but it is possible with enough effort put into your search. == == * a 15 yr old can babysit and or clean any neighbors house == == * For a 15 yr old it is kind of hard to find a job but you can always go to a neighbors house and ask if they need help with a errand or a job == == * You could try hair salons, cafes, fast food places, shops, bakers or a kids play center. Good Luck == == * This depends mainly upon the area you live in. There is also a major difference between a job and employment. If you're looking for a job (something that will pay you money for working) there are many many opportunities. When in a similar situation, I found an abundance of jobs helping people in my neighborhood with tasks like weeding, raking, mowing lawns, snow shoveling, and other odd jobs. Another way I've made money is refereeing sports. With a little bit of training, it's a great opportunity to enjoy athletics. If you're seeking employment, check out grocery stores, small shops, or other area retailers. Many of them will hire a responsible young person for the hours you're available. You've made a good first step by asking the question, now take some initiative and go ask people and businesses around you. == == * I'm 15 at the moment and I wash up at a pub. Depending on the amount of shifts I get I can make a fair bit of money. == ==

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What are good jobs for a 13 year old in Bowling Green KY?

When You Are 13 Or Younger . . .

* You can deliver newspapers. * You can work as a baby-sitter. * You can work as an actor or performer in motion pictures, television, theater or radio. * You can work in a business solely owned or operated by your parents. * You can work on a farm owned or operated by your parents.

However, parents are prohibited from employing their children in manufacturing, mining, or any other occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor. from other contributors:

* Any job that requires little or no skills, such as a register worker at a fast food restaurant, is a good start. If you want a more personal job such as babysitting, visiting your local college campus and viewing the want ads is a good start. The jobs that are posted there are catered for students, and it will not hurt to ask even if you are not yet in college. == == * I disagree with above statement mentioning any job which requires little or no skills. Any person who will ever be intelligent should be intelligent by the time they are a young adult. When I was 16 I was working as a software programmer making 30k a year, at 19 I started a buisness selling software services. I am not 20 and make over 300k a year. I would feel very stupid if I spent my younger years working a cash register when I should have been learning and building skills to succeed. == == * at the age of thirteen you can get a job of a paper round == == * Another good job is a job as a cashier or stocker at a department store or general store. I work at PETsMART on weekends and i am making ~$9/hr. im a cashier there. == == * You should get a job doing whatever is most challenging. The first time I went out to give resumes I was more looking for a job doing cleaning like a chamber maid because I love to clean and it avoided confrontation(unlike in retail with constant customers). Coincidentally my first call back was from a retail store that I just happened to put my resume in. I didn't have any sales experience and was even gonna say no thank you because it seemed to be to much of a challenge but instead they gave me the job opportunity and I took it. I know the job like the back of my hand and having chose what I figured I wasn't capable of just built my confidence and now I know that I am capable of jobs like that. Point is don't conform yourself to one criteria of work,you can do ANY job if you tell yourself you can. And when you do you feel that much better about yourself.You feel you have no experience, the only way to get it is to start somewhere.

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Where can a 15-year-old get job?

When You Turn 14 You can work in an: office, grocery store, retail store, restaurant, movie theater, baseball park, amusement park, or gasoline service station. You generally may not work in: communications or public utilities jobs, construction or repair jobs, driving a motor vehicle 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. In addition, you may not work any other job or occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor. When You Turn 16

You can work in any job or occupation that has not been declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor. Hazardous Occupations You 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. Different rules apply to farms, and individual States may have stricter rules. http://www.youthrules.dol.gov/jobs.htm * It depends on where you live. Most states require that you have a "work permit" to work and can show that you are able to attend school and work. You may be able to get this at the guidance department of your school. It will usually only allow for a few hours during the day and weekends. Call your local court house and ask them what the requirements are. * Having had my own 3 children start jobs while Freshmen in high school, I can say that many factors play a part of the job hunting experience. First, if you live in a rural area, you might try working for individual ranchers, homeowners, etc. (painting interior/exterior houses, fences; handing out flyers for a local small company; babysitting pets while owners are on vacation; make a property store-front on the road with crafts/foods/projects that you've made etc....be creative). However, if you're a city person, you might try (the admin. office at a Elementary/Jr.Hi/Hi School office; volunteer for the local Parks and Recreation day-time activities[they may even pay you]; typing for a Dr. or Dentist; pruning/mowing/removing trash from neighbors yard; running grocery errands for seniors; photography for birthdays & special events; etc.) Just remember, regular fast food co's. and discount retail stores are worried about their liability until you're 16, so... the rest is up to you...show you have the desire to work and before you know it, you will have people contacting you. * Babysitting. * Bagging or stocking job at a local grocery store. Many grocers will hire baggers that are 15. * Fast food restaurant, e.g. McDonald's. * If you are able to work and do not want to work at fast food restaurants, try motels, daycare and lawn services in your phone book. * Go to a neighbors house and ask if you can help around the house if you do a good job they will recommend you with friends but be courteous and friendly at all times! :) * A little ice cream place. * I know that a son of a friend of mine, that was your age (15), put an ad in the little nickel paper (weekly ads) expressing his interest in earning monies. He received several responses from the ad. * Try looking at a simple, independent local store rather than a chain. When you turn 16 you will at least have some experience which is good. * A farm. * If you know computers you could try programming or being a Web developer, or you could do data processing. * I got a job in a pub in the kitchen when i was 14, washing up and things. Don't be scared to ask it doesn't get you anywhere! == == * They might be a little too young for a job but they might be able to work at a fast-food restaurant. == == * Mcdonalds == == * You can try the company Chick-fil-a

* You could find a job at the YMCA * Yes, you can. I'm not sure about the variety of jobs you can get, though. One of my friends is only 14 and she works at Starbucks, so there's one possibility. Since most places start hiring at 16, what I would do is just go around mowing lawns, washing cars, or walking dogs etc. for a decent amount of money. If you do it right, that money can add up very quickly. * Burger King, McDonalds, Wendy's. Any fast-food restaurants. * And local shops that are run by big companies.

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What do you learn in babysitting classes?

I have taken my St. John's Ambulance Babysitting course (Canadian Babysitting course) and the things we were taught were

  • Basic First Aid (ranging from chemical burns, to choking children, to basic CPR)
  • How to take care of smaller children (e.g ages 0-3)
  • How to deal with parents of children you babysit (e.g if you have issues with wages, if the parent were to put you in danger, if you feel uncomfortable with the parent)
  • In my course we went over simulations if also you were home alone

I took this course according to the 2004 protocols so things have probably changed, don't follow this to heart because all instructors and teachers are different.

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How much money do teen and tween models make?

It all depends on where they work and how many offerings they get ......if they are not that well known and only have one job they prob will not get paid 2 much prob like maybe $60-$100 a day that they are booked

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Where can a 14-year-old find jobs?

When You Turn 14 . . .

You can work in an: office, grocery store, retail store, restaurant, movie theater, baseball park, amusement park, or gasoline service station.

You generally may not work in: communications or public utilities jobs, construction or repair jobs, driving a motor vehicle 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.

In addition, you may not work any other job or occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor.

Different rules apply to farms, and individual States may have stricter rules.

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  • it's very legal to work in the US at the age of 14. most jobs won't hire you but that's they're choice. but good recommendations are supermarket, fast food places, hair saloons, the mall is always looking.! That's a great place for girls only because they are there most the time anyways.
  • I did a search for jobs and found that teens of 14 and above can legally have a job. if you are 14-15 you can only work from 7 to 7. this is because you need time to study and get on with your school work remember this is important
  • You Can Work Sweeping Hairdressers Pays around £30 a week or u can get A PAPER ROUND I GET PAYED £16 A WEEK
  • There are lots of jobs a responsible 14 year old can do.

But first, I want to address the person who says it is legal for a 14 yr old to get a job. It might be legal where you are, but laws and regulations vary from state to state, maybe even from city to city. It would be best to check your local ordinances. The area where I live requires anyone under 16 to get a work permit in order to get a 'real' job like in a store.

For a teenager there are plenty of jobs you can do if you are truly willing to work, starting at the bottom, of course. Some pretty good suggestions have already been made, but the possibilities are really limited only by your own imagination.

Get creative. That is the REAL way to get ahead. You may find yourself doing some pretty distasteful jobs, but you may also get paid quite well for them.

For example, you could offer the service of cleaning pet 'droppings' from neighbors' yards. Yuck. But if they don't want to do it, they may pay a premium for the service.

You could also: >babysit (you can even just play with or otherwise occupy a small child for a busy parent works at home or just would like an extra helping hand. Also, in this vein, someone may hire you to spend time with a handicapped relative or visit with an elderly family member - just talking to them and keeping them company, reading to them, playing cards or other games...) For a job like this, it would serve you well to take a course in First Aid and CPR.

  • petsit for people who can't bear to leave Fluffy alone all day while they go to work.
  • walk dogs (I personally hate to walk the dog - especially when it's rainy or cold)
  • run errands (if you are close enough to local businesses to ride your bike, walk or have access to public transportation) - pick up groceries, run to the post office, drop off dry cleaning, etc
  • do yard work - mow the lawn and pull weeds in the summer, rake leaves in the autumn, shovel snow in the winter
  • if you have any special talents you could do something like tutor other kids or you could give piano lessons, whatever you can do well
  • water plants and/or the yard, bring in the mail and newspapers, for close neighbors who are out of town (start out with people who know you are responsible and trustworthy - they will make good future references!)
  • how about part time light housekeeping? I hate cleaning my own home, but I don't mind so much when I help my grandma or sister. It's different when it's not your own AND when you are getting paid for it. :)
  • just offer to do odd jobs for you neighbors: scraping and painting a fence, washing windows, pruning hedges, washing cars, help clean out a shed or garage...these kinds of things.
  • you might be lucky and find a farmer who'll hire you to help feed and water livestock, clean stalls, pick produce, or any number of odd jobs. Maybe a local repair shop would pay you to sweep up, pick up lunch for the employees, etc. A nursery or greenhouse might have something you could do. And a bonus for all of your hard work at any of these kinds of jobs? If you work hard and pay attention, show interest, you may just pick up some skills that could serve you well in the future.
  • When I was a teenager, I helped my grandmother do the bookkeeping for my grandpa's HVAC business. Many years later I was able to help my husband keep records for his first business because of the skills I incidentally picked up years before. Also, by helping my other grandpa work in his yard and garden, I developed an interest and the basic skills I needed to start my own greenhouse/nursery.

BUT...make sure you are reliable and responsible. Word of mouth is the best way to build a business even if it's just babysitting or odd jobs. Don't make promises you can't or won't keep. Don't take on jobs that are beyond your abilities. And NEVER take your promises lightly. Who would want to hire you if you keep canceling or putting them off because your friends asked you to go to the mall, or that cute boy or girl asked you to help them with their homework or to go to a movie with them...finally.

Negotiate price BEFORE you do a job. Might not hurt to get something in writing...people will take advantage of a kid - of anybody - if you let them.

And most of all BE SAFE! -Don't take a job from someone you don't know. -Don't take a job from someone you DO know if something doesn't feel right about it. -Make sure your parents or guardian know exactly where you will be at all times, who you will be with, and when you will be home. I would keep a journal or planner with your schedule in it, including the names, addresses, and phone numbers of your employers in it; as well as what kind of work you do for them, which days you work for them, and the time (i.e. Thursdays 10am-2pm - yard work for Mrs. Smith; 456 Elm St. #555-5555) -Keep in touch with parents during the day. If you babysit from 9am to 3pm for one person, cut someone else's lawn a 3:30pm, and walk a neighbor's dog at 4:45pm, your parents should know your schedule. Call when you arrive and again when you leave each location for your own safety. -Don't follow the same route everyday walking to a job, or if you are walking neighbors dogs. -And, above all, if something doesn't feel right, trust your instincts. Don't hesitate to tell someone 'no.' And make sure to mention your unease to anyone who will listen.

So, be creative, be responsible and be safe. And you should do just fine.

  • Well I am 14 and I want to try and get my first job by sweeping hair at a hair dressers but I am living in Coquitlam and the nearest Hairdressers is at Zellers now do I just go and walk up there and ask can I have a job here sweeping hair.
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  • You can go to eBay.com and start selling things. If you collect baseball cards or stamps, start selling those. If you have old clothes lying around your house, try putting that up on eBay. Also, a lot of adults have a lot of junk in their house (old clothes, antiques, shoes- things they never wear) and they just don't have time to put it on eBay or don't have the computer/internet knowledge. You can take pictures of their stuff and charge a commission for posting it for them.
  • I had my first job when I was 13 working off the books at a bagel store. Try finding a small bakery or cafe that needs some help. They can pay you cash so you don't have to worry about taxes. That way you can afford your mobile! Hope this helps!
  • I'm 14 and I'm applying to both Taco John's and Byerly's. They both allow you to work at 14. I'm also going to apply to a few places that say you need to be 16. On occasion they make an acception and let 14 year olds have jobs.
  • You can do house chores for EX: mopping, sweeping, doing dishes, washing and folding clothes.
  • In Ohio you can work at 14 as long as you get a physical and a permit
  • Try contacting a local golf driving range! They might have a place for you to collect the golf balls at the end of the day. You can earn money and get fit at the same time!!!
  • I am 14, and got my first "real job" at 13 working at a Lemonade stand at the local flea market, thru that I got contacts and now work at hockey games and concerts where i make as much as 100$ for 3 hours work.
  • You can work in a supermarket where i live and some fast food restaurants hire at 14. You may not get good pay at first and you do start at the bottom like pushing carts and bagging but minimum wage just got raised to 6.15 an hour and after you work there for a couple of months you can get a raise if your good
  • I live in Colorado and some establishments who hire 14 year olds are six flags elitch gardens, water world, and more but I'm still searching.
  • I am 14 years old and I found an excellent job doing yard work. You can always find relatives, friends, etc. who will hire you. You can also work for parents who will pay your expenses as well.
  • Like many people have said there are various odd jobs you can do in your village/town e.g car washing, mowing lawn, babysitting, walking dogs, building websites, helping elderly collect their shopping, Kennels and cattery's, washing up at pub restaurants
  • the opportunity's I would say are endless but you are still young so that limits how much you can do I'm afraid, but odd jobs are your main focuses at this age.You are lucky because here in the UK people are kind enough to let you do decent jobs even if it is illegal, I worked at a kennels and cattery's at the age of 13 to 14 and was paid 3.50 an hour which was because they were generous people but it was very hard work so I quit I'm now searching for a job myself and I'm nearly 15 Why not try putting an advertisement in your local post office window to catch peoples attention!
  • go to your local supermarket and ask around
  • there is a lot of different jobs you can do. mowing lawns, walking dogs, baby sitting, lots of jobs. but if you don't like the idea of doing a ton of odds and end things and you want one job with a weekly payment of at least $60 a week then your in luck!!!from ages 13 to 17 you can get a job like that at the Boys and girls club. This is a cool place that teaches kids about respect,using their talents and having fun! look in your phone book for youth organizations and look for a boys and girls club in you town. I'm almost positive that you will find one(unless you live in a super small town.)
  • Check the civil listing in your state or province's Child Labor Law. Then see what jobs you can have. Then, even if the employer says "We don't hire 14-year-old." You can show them the document where I says you can and then force them to take your application.
  • try mowing lawns or babysitting in your local community
  • Depends on what you consider a job. My neighbor had her 14 year old son post flyer's on gang boxes (main mailboxes) around the neighborhood offering to walk dogs and do yard work. He might also consider babysitting.
  • McDonald's
  • I'm sure laws in different states are different, but when I applied for a job, I had to get a work permit from my high-school counselor. Talk to them. They should have all the answers you need.
  • a 14 year old boy can't get a job. you have to be at least 16 to get a paid job. you can get a job around you neighborhood.
  • Actually, you can get a paid job at 14 in most states. You'll have to check the Child Labor Laws for your state for rules and restrictions, but you can get a job at 14. Check at grocery stores, fast food restaurants, and retail shops in your area for a job. You will most likely have to get a work permit from your school.
  • I think that 14 year old females should be able to work just like elder people, and males it seems like this world is not fair with elders & teens, this may not be the truth but its I think is the truth
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How do you become a babysitter at 11 years old?

Well, you're not exactly able to babysit yet. You have to be at least 13 or 14 years old in order to stay home alone or home alone with a child. Otherwise, advertise. Put up posters and tell family and friends.

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How much do you get paid for upward bound?

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Is it illegal for a 13 year old to look after a 9 year old?

No it is not.

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How much money does a statistician make per year?

they make about 73,000 a year

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Summer jobs for 13 year olds?

If ur 13 and need a summer job

i would say going out with newspapers

or working at a food stor

GOOD LUCK!!!

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How does a kid make money fast?

Get your parents permission before doing any of this (and where necessary permission from your school, neighbors, etc. Stay SAFE during any of these projects. Be polite to customers. Advertise your services. Keep business going. Be creative. Good luck kids!

Here are some suggestions from various WikiAnswer contributors:

  • Bake sale -- specialise in something that is popular and currently in demand
  • Garage sale
  • Mowing lawns
  • Babysitting
  • Washing your parents or neighbour's cars
  • Do extra chores for cash incentives
  • Open up a lemonade stand (adult supervision suggested)
  • If you like horses you can muck out stalls at local horse stables
  • You can make cookies, lemonade, paint rocks, dog/cat collars, jewelry etc. and sell them at a flea market. You can set up booth and likely make a good profit.
  • Do odd jobs for people (Offer to walk or bathe their dogs, mow their lawns, shovel their sidewalk and driveway etc.)
  • Make bath kits that have lotion, body splash, soap etc. in them. If they sell good (if you make them nice they are likely to) you can make a pretty good profit.
  • Sell clothes, shoes and toys in good condition on eBay or at a garage sale.
  • If you like sewing, you can make pillows for dogs and cats.
  • Offer to take children for 3 hours so there parents can go shopping or go out, you can have story time with the children and have snacks, (Note: If you are to young to do this by yourself, your parents can supervise)
  • Earn money by returning water bottles.
  • save money from holidays and birthday
  • Do other peoples yard work. And shovel driveways.
  • By saving your pocket money
  • Shine shoes
  • Walk dogs
  • Wash cars
  • Sell candy door to door
  • Pet sitting
  • House sitting
  • Run errands for elderly or housebound folks
  • Shovel snow
  • Mow lawns
  • Weed gardens
  • Rake leaves in fall
  • Water gardens in the summer
  • Sell their unwanted stuff to schoolmates (Pokemon cards, barbie dolls, etc.)
  • Ask your parents for money in return for doing extra jobs for them
  • Sell school supplies to class mates
  • Make and sell little crafts/products
  • Lawn work for your neighbor
  • Tutoring younger children can pay well
  • Build you own website and sell your own products
  • If you live in a small business area, ask a local restaurant if you can wipe down tables for, say, 4 dollars an hour
  • Put on a magic/talent show for people in your neighborhood and charge admission.
  • Take gently used clothes to a consignment shop and when they sell them to other people, they'll give you a percentage of the sales
  • Offer to clean house for your parents- for a reasonable price
  • Knit very long trendy designer type scarfs and sell them
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Where in RI can a 11 year old boy make money?

Since an 11-year-old is not yet old enough to be employed at a real job, he could start a business in his neighborhood, for example: dog walking, pet-sitting, mother's helper (only if he likes children)- this would be like baby-sitting except the mother or father is home but is busy and can not watch their young children. Also an 11-year-old boy could do extra work around the house if his parents are willing to pay him.

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How does a 10 year old make money?

House and Pet sitti

Walkinng g Dogs

Washing cars

Mowing the lawn

Watering Plants, Maintaning yards

Helping elderly people cross the hallway instead of street

Baby sitting

Cleaning houses

Removing snow

Doing Yard Sale

Paper Routing

Washing Windows

Building Lemonade Stand

Painting Houses, pics, etc.

Waking-up Service

Having a Toy Rental

Raking Leaves

Teaching how to use Computers

If you have DS games that you don't want, sell them for a fair price so that customers will think that the merchandise is worthy enough to buy. You can also do an auction with a left over DS game. This might help.

Think of things like household chores you can do for friends, neighbors and relatives - raking a yard or washing a car. If you know someone who owns a business, they might pay you to stuff envelopes or put mailing labels on postcards. With a little help from your parents, you could manage an e-bay store as a family business. If you have a talent, such as singing or playing an instrument, you might be able to earn some money.

My parents gave me an allowance but refused to give me cash. They gave me a fake check. I asked for cash and they gave me $100but unfortunately, I lost it :(. I built lemonade stands during hot days. I made $11.00 in 2 days. This is good considering that I live in a "Retired citizen" area. Also, I offered to mow the lawn, rake leaves, wash dishes, and water plants. It might work if you plan to buy a video game.

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Summer or part time jobs for a 14 yr old?

When You Turn 14 . . .

You can work in an: office, grocery store, retail store, restaurant, movie theater, baseball park, amusement park, or gasoline service station.

You generally may not work in: communications or public utilities jobs, construction or repair jobs, driving a motor vehicle 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.

In addition, you may not work any other job or occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor.

Different rules apply to farms, and individual States may have stricter rules.

http://www.youthrules.dol.gov/jobs.htm

AnswerTry looking in the Classified Ads or driving around to different stores asking if they're hiring.

look around the local post office they sometimes have WANTED signs for jobs on their windows. That's what mine i like anyway!!!

in Felix stowe you can go down to the sea front and ask down there for a summer job or go to your local market and see if you can get a job helping out somebody.

I'm 15 but when i was 14 i got a job around my neighborhood. if you love animals you could start a cat/dog sitting in your neighborhood. you name the animal i do it. i started at $5 a day. and am going to change it for dogs cause they are more responsibility. start with people you know like relatives. if you start with someone you don't know they might ask you if you have experience. that's what i did. i started with with my relatives. hope this helps.

Mowing Lawns is something a 14 year old can do.

Some good paying jobs for summer would be baby-sitting, cleaning pools, mowing lawns.

And for those people who don't like to do that stuff here are some better jobs, Publix, and all other grocery stores like that. =]

It is possible however you can only have jobs like being a paper carrier or other boring jobs

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Where can a 12-year-old get a job?

Hey I would like to wok

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How can a 13-year-old earn money?

  • Get a paper route or, find someone who needs a baby sitter and offer to help out there are not a lot of options but they are out there.
  • Make a small business say selling lollies??? i have a business where i sell t shirts and so far I've been successful!!! good luck

Kids & Teens To Make Money

1. Help your parents

2. Build a lemonade stand

3. Be a babysitter

4. Offer to shovel snow

5. Write articles

6. Be a professional gamer

7. Teach computer skills

8. Mow the garden

9. Sell some home-baked cookies

10. Walk Dogs

11. Wash Cars

12. Be a tutor

13. Pet sitter

14. Buy snacks from outside & sell in school

15. Offer the service to pick up animal poop in the garden

16. Sell your own photos

17. mowing yards

18. deliver newspapers

SUMMER JOBS

  • see if any one at your school needs tutoring
  • Well when I was thirteen I used to clean the house on the weekend while my parents were working and by the end of the day, i would get $50.00... that's not too bad for a thirteen year old.

1.baby sit

2.dog sit

3.offer to walk dogs

4.garage sale

5.mow lawns

6.sell lemonade

7.clean houses

8.clean garages

9.pull weeds

10.ebay

11.a dishwasher at a restaurant(some do hire)

12.paper route

13.wash inside and clean outside of cars

14.some fast food places hire

15.make crafts and sell them house to house.

A thirteen year old can babysit, get a paper route, walk dogs, mow lawns, collect cans and turn them in.

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Where can I work at age 10?

Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, China, Philippines, etc....

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How much do you get paid for raking a yard?

It depends on how long you do it here you go:

  • 1 hour
  • 2 hours
  • 3 hours
  • You might get $15?!
  • 4 hours
  • 5 hours
  • 6 hours
  • You will probably get $25
  • 7 hours
  • 8 hours
  • 9 hours
  • I know you will get $30 EXC and the more hours you do the more money you will get!
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Bristol

Is there any volunteering work for young teenagers in Bristol?

How young are we talking here? To be honest, there's loads of volunteering work. You can work in charity shops, or go and help out with Brownies etc. You can offer to walk dogs at rescue centres, or what I've been doing for about 2 years now (I'm 16, almost 17) is working at Avon Riding Centre of the disabled, which is pretty satisfying. Hope this helps. x

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Where can a 12-year-old boy find a job?

Hi, im a twelve year old kid that cant wait to be 13. Right now to get money i pet sit my next door neighbors dogs and my neighbors across the street. My friend and I have recently started a lawn business :) Hi, i am 12 just about 13. I have some small job ideas because i am saving my money for horses. Try to find something u like for instance, if u like grass start a lawn service if you like little kids start a baby sitting service and so on so forth Hi, I am the Mom of a son who is almost twelve and I have suggested to him to consider the following: Pet walking, Pet sitting while neighbors are on vacation, or gone for the weekend.(They pay you to feed, walk, and play with their dog.) yard work, mothers helper. I've paid older children like yourself to play with my younger children and supervise them etc. while I'm working in the home. Blowing, weeding, stacking, sweeping, watering, raking, mowing,picking, any or all of these people will pay you for. Dog walking is huge for working couples. My suggestion is to produce a flyer with these ideas on it, add some of your own if you want, ask a high schooler to guide you with it, and then post it at the local churches, be sure to tell everyone you know what you are seeking to do, and ask them to refer you to other people they know. If they get you a job, give them a small "Referral fee" for their effort! Kid's will love this easy money! It's never to early to start learning how to market yourself and your skills. Whatever you do, remember this: YOUR ATTITUDE DETERMINES YOUR ALTITUDE! Good Luck! Carrie L. Paper route, yard care, that sort of stuff. Dog walking, animal sitting (birds, cats), feeding animals while owners are away (fish). Offering animal care - bathing the dog, brushing, picking up the yard waste, sometimes people will even hire you to play with their animals if they're too busy, it gives the dog the exercise and attention they need. Good Luck! You could also bath animals or go to a pet store and you can always find that they always need help. Also ask some pet stores if you could help socialise their animals, because usually their animals aren't very well socialized. Wild-Rabbitz: Jojo
A paper route is a great job for a 12 yr old. My children had them and made some really good money doing it.

Make job fliers describing what job you can do (yard work, babysitting, etc., etc.) and distribute them out to neighbors. Don't forget to put your phone number on the flier.

all I want to know is where all the kid's in Florida that need money! Heck all I would like is someone to come cut my grass once a week but I rather give my money to a kid who needs it rather than a lawn service who will rip me.

Hi, im a twelve year old kid that cant wait to be 13. Right now to get money i pet sit my next door neighbors dogs and my neighbors across the street. My feind and I have recently started a lawn business :)

Hi, i am 12 just about 13. I have some small job ideas because i am saving my money for horses. Try to find something u like for instance, if u like grass start a lawn service if you like little kids start a baby sitting service and so on so forth

hi, im a 12 yr old boy.i cut my neighbors grass with my cousin =D

hi, im a 12 year old boy and i have some ideas on how to make $$$. u can make fiers and put on everything u like/can do (babysitting, mowing the lawn, etc.). good luck =D

you could be a caddy for a golf person

you can start a car washing business as me and my friend have been doing it for 2 months and we've made �200

menu boy

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How can a 15-year-old earn extra spending money?

I don't thik it's legal to have a "regular" job until you are 16 in any state. But you can babysit or mow or rake lawns. Or pull weeds, something like that. Ask your neighbors if they have any extra yard or house work that you could do for some extra money. Some people will give you a flat amount of money and others will give you a certain amount depending on the job. And others might want to settle on an hourly rate. It all depends. You can also talk to your parents about getting an allowance for doing extra chores around the house.

In most states, once you are 14, you can work 7am to 7pm jobs or part time jobs. However, some jobs are not appropriate for teenagers. Obviously you prefer not to work the typical teen job at McDonald's, or "fake" jobs like mowing lawns and babysitting, but I recommend a service job. I would define "service" as anything where you interact with the patrons of your employer's business as part of your job. It sounds a mouthful, but what it really means is something like managing the register at a Dunkin Donut's or a Starbucks. Other jobs might include bagging groceries, or managing product returns, or simply cashier work.

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I really want to get more involved with horses but i have little money so im advertising myself as a free stable hand any ideas where i could out my posters?

you could put them up in your town notice board or in ad mag or in a window of a shop

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How able seaman can be third officer?

The exact route from AB to OOW varies from country to country. However, the exact requirements are laid out in the STCW 95 Code.

This website http://www.stcw.org/ may be able to help. You'll probably have to read the document itself, however; there will probably be a copy on board the ship you work on.

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