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
LoveNJstyle answered Saturday June 16 2007, 4:58 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 [ LoveNJstyle's advice column | Ask LoveNJstyle A Question ]
NinjaNeer answered Saturday June 16 2007, 3:40 pm: I worked at a library when I was 13, shelving books. Maybe not the most glamourous of jobs, but it paid.
LilMami08 answered Saturday June 16 2007, 3:21 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. [ LilMami08's advice column | Ask LilMami08 A Question ]
cutiekate777 answered Saturday June 16 2007, 2:50 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.
happybabe2 answered Saturday June 16 2007, 2:50 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 [ happybabe2's advice column | Ask happybabe2 A Question ]
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