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As of 2014, 12-year-olds can earn money with jobs such as babysitting, dog walking and pet sitting. Other jobs that kids can do to earn money include mowing lawns, doing yard work and getting a paper route. More »

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An 11-year-old can work as a newspaper delivery person or a babysitter and can complete minor chores in a private residence, according to the United States Department of Labor. Kids who are 11 years old can also work as ... More »

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If the Federal rules pertaining to working are followed, 13-year old kids can work. Kids at the age of 13 can do farm work on the family farm for example. More »

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