I want to raise enough money to buy a nano iPod but many places you have to be 16 to work at. My friend told me that to work at McDonalds you can be 14(my current age) Does anyone know if this is true?
P.S-I know there food is the worst for you but I'm working there for the money.
devilspawn_666 answered Saturday November 12 2005, 1:31 am: I'm not too sure about Canada's age requirements, but here in the U.S. you have to be 16 years old or 15 years old with a work permit. I'd advise you to hold of on getting a job until you are 16, though. Jobs pretty much take up the better part of your free time, and you've got your whole life to go to work. Enjoy the free time while you can get it. [ devilspawn_666's advice column | Ask devilspawn_666 A Question ]
xomegaroni answered Saturday November 12 2005, 12:28 am: you have to be 15 to work there i'm pretty sure. that goes for mickey d's, burger king, wendys, & places like grocery stores. idk which ones you have but you can get bagging jobs er stock jobs. those are all my friends jobs & they're 15.
lunaladyoflight answered Friday November 11 2005, 10:16 pm: If the age is 14 (I think it varies by state), you need a special work release to work there. You'll have to go to your local Secretary of State branch to recieve one. Good luck working, however, don't pile too much onto yourself. Make sure you give yourself time to be your own age. :)
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