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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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Good options for summer jobs for 14-year-olds include babysitting, mowing lawns, house sitting, washing cars, tutoring or online freelancing, according to MyFirstPaycheck. These are all independent jobs that can be carri... More »

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A 14-year-old teen can find shops hiring young people by conducting a search for local jobs, using a job-finder search engine. View store hiring policies on individual store websites. Another resource for finding good te... More »

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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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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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