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Fourteen-year-olds may work a variety of jobs, including some retail positions, food service jobs, intellectual and creative work, landscaping work and delivery jobs by foot or on a bicycle or public transportation. Ther... More »

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To begin looking for a job, a 14-year-old should create a resume highlighting her skills and apply to every local part-time job available. Starting a small business doing things around the neighborhood is also a good pla... More »

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Options for jobs are limited at the age of 14, but possibilities include some retail establishments, restaurants or agriculture. People of this age are also employable as creative workers, such as programmers, musicians ... More »

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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 »

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Many jobs for 17 year olds and other teens pay quickly, including babysitting, lawn care and paper delivery jobs. Some teens may also make some fairly fast cash by working at a restaurant, delivering pizzas or walking do... More »

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