Examples of jobs for 14-year-olds include retail workers, newspaper carriers, tutors, yard workers, food service workers, agricultural workers and summer camp counselors. In most states, teens must be at least 14 years o... More » Business & Finance Careers Job Search

The average IQ for a 14-year-old is 100; however, most tests consider a person with an IQ between 90 and 109 to be of average intelligence. As of 2014, most IQ tests compare the individuals with others in their age group... More » World View Social Sciences Psychology

Any business in Maryland may hire a 14-year-old employee as long as the employee obtains a work permit and the business is not hiring him to perform a hazardous occupation as defined by the Maryland Division of Labor and... More » Business & Finance Careers Job Search
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Kroger offers jobs to 14-year-old candidates who have valid work permits. Some positions at Kroger do require workers to be older, however. For example, a person must be at least 18 to work as a butcher or to have a job ... More » Business & Finance Careers Job Search

The range of jobs available to 10-year-olds is quite limited, but includes yard work, running a lemonade stand, walking dogs, pet or house sitting, delivering newspapers and washing cars. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FL... More » Business & Finance Careers Job Search

Employers in Florida that hire 15 year olds include chain restaurants such as McDonald's and Taco Bell, government jobs like life guarding or working the concession stand at a public pool. Other options include a lawn-mo... More » Business & Finance Careers Job Search