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Due to the legal hour restrictions for workers under the age of 16, many companies opt not to employ them. However, a 15-year-old can find opportunities in retail, food services or any job in the manual-labor milieu that... More »

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The most popular jobs available to 15-year-old individuals are positions as amusement park workers, lifeguards, pet sitters and babysitters, or working for a family member. Other options that are not as well-known are ho... More »

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Federal and state laws limit the type of work minors under the age of 14 can perform for pay. Generally speaking, children under the age of 14 can work neighborhood jobs such as newspaper delivery and yard and lawn care.... More »

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