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jobs for a 13 year old


Question Posted Saturday June 16 2007, 5:22 pm

what are some jobs for a 13 year old? *PLEASE* dont say anything like babysitting, walking dogs, cutting grass, watering plants, helping around the house, bake sale, lemonade stand, or stuff like that. kind of like real jobs. thanks

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locavale101 answered Wednesday February 25 2009, 10:45 pm:
OKAY listen LEGALLY the apprpriate age to get a job is 14, so these are the only jobs you can get, another job you left is is a newspaper route.....i just turned 13 so your even lucky to get any of these jobs

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scrape answered Tuesday July 8 2008, 2:04 am:
there are jobs that you can do on the internet. Its free and all you have to do is take surveys you get paid for. The site is [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)
enter it like that because then it wont work.

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LoveNJstyle answered Saturday June 16 2007, 8:58 pm:
Most places don't hire anyone under 15-16. However, you could be a golf caddy (good money), soccer reff (i got $17/game), or work for a family or small business doing small jobs like making sandwiches or organizing stuff. <3

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NinjaNeer answered Saturday June 16 2007, 7:40 pm:
I worked at a library when I was 13, shelving books. Maybe not the most glamourous of jobs, but it paid.

If you don't have any luck finding jobs, how about trying out volunteering? Get a bunch of volunteer experience on your resume, and it'll help increase your chances of getting a job.

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LilMami08 answered Saturday June 16 2007, 7:21 pm:
You'd have to get a job with a family member in order to get a job at that age. My sister got a job when she was 14, at a hardware store. My dad got her the job. Wendy's sometimes hire young people but it depends on how mature you are.

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LOL_x0x answered Saturday June 16 2007, 7:18 pm:
you have to be 15 in most states
to work and with a workers permit, too.

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cutiekate777 answered Saturday June 16 2007, 6:50 pm:
Depending on where you live, those are probably the only jobs for a thirteen-year-old. However, I had a job at thirteen--it was under the table (meaning I made below minimum wage and it wasn't exactly legal because I wasn't of the legal age to work). I worked at my church rectory, answering phones and the door and cooking. If you attend a church, synogouge, etc. you might be able to find a job working there.

Some places are more leniant with laws, too. I worked at a hoagie shop when I was fourteen, even though I wasn't legally supposed to.

For most jobs, though, again, depending on where you live, you probably won't be able to work until you're sixteen, at the youngest.

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happybabe2 answered Saturday June 16 2007, 6:50 pm:
in most states the age that you are eligible for a "real" job is 14 however if you live by any farm stands or something like that then you could go do that but i dont know where you live like what state so yea your options are pretty limited. but maybe your state laws are different
-katie

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