15 year olds after school jobs?
at age 15 you can apply for the typical teenagers jobs takeaway stores, department stores and etc...
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\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nA GED is a very important first step in job hunting. If you are positive that you are not returning to school then try and hookup at an adult e…ducation center and look into the GED test. Most jobs won't hire anyone without it. You would be better off focusing on an education or some type of training so you can get a job that you enjoy.\n. \n Answer \n. \nSweety, most teenagers these days thinks its cool to drop out of school GED is nothing to be proud of go to school and try your best!
Answer . babysitting,cutting grass,fast food,some grocery stores
Jobs for 15-Year-Olds . When You Turn 14 You can work in an:. office, grocery store, retail store, restaurant, movie theater, baseball park, amusement park, or gasoline se…rvice 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. .
Answer . Well.....most states require you to be 16 and have good grades in school. If this is the case, you will need to obtain a work permit from your school and present …it to your future employer. If you do not retain grades your permit will be taken and you will lose your job..
yes there is go look for it
Baby sitting Paper route Dog walking Grocery store Lemonade stand Paint House number on street curb House sitting City, County, State and other government-run Youth Programs V…acation and Tourism spots Hotels/Resorts Parks and recreational areas Swimming pools, golf courses and campground facilities Day and summer camps Amusement/Theme/Entertainment parks Museums, Zoos and Aquariums Airport concession firms Childcare and Eldercare providers Health care facilities Business services (including) Moving and packing companies Pool and spa companies Lawn care and other maintenance companies Construction companies Movie theaters Fast food and restaurant establishments Ice cream parlors, juice bars Clothing and accessory stores Newspaper / Magazine Distribution. Answer . baby-sitting lawn mowing snow shoveling newspaper delivery barrista (cafe employee) busboy or busgirl waiter store clerk intern courier grocery bagger volunteer (good resume booster!)
Try babysitting or working at a small restaurant or cleening someones house or mowing yards. You can most likely apply for a work permit in your state. Then you may work al…most anywhere, with limited hours of course.
Yes, you can work on a farm owned by your parents, become and actor/actree, deliver papers, and much more. But techinically 15+ can have anyjobs 14- are for the ones I stated.…
yes it's just really hard they can only hire a certain number of kids under 16 years of age
There are few places right now that will hire you that I can think of, you may want to just try some fast food places or small resturants (you might get lucky with Amy's Chuck…wagon Buffet -- Used to be Ole Feed House -- on highway 71). Besides the traditional babysitting, house sitting, dog walking, snow shoveling, paper routes, house cleaning and leaf raking, try online jobs. With your parent's help you can start a blog for free on Blogger, or write articles on Squidoo or Hub Pages and earn a small income from advertisements placed on your blog! You can get a job at your local grocery store. You just can't work on school days. You could become a soccer referee. Depending on how far you go, with in a year you could be making twenty to thirty bucks a game. Plus. most travel games are only on Sunday so you would only have to work one day a week, depending on what you want to do. dog walk yard work small businesses around your city
Only if you get a working permit
no but most jobs have 16 as there age limit