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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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Teens can spend their summers playing sports, working at a job, starting a business, hanging out with their friends, helping with projects around the house, taking extracurricular classes, hanging out at a pool or learni... More »

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Some websites that have job postings for teenagers include Snag A Job, SummerJobs.com, Teens4Hire.org, ResortJobs.com and GetThatGig.com. Most of the jobs offered on these sites are seasonal, summer and camp jobs. 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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Some jobs to help a person make cash quickly are babysitting, house-sitting, watching pets, mowing lawns or cleaning homes. Performing chores such as ironing, cleaning gutters, raking leaves, pulling weeds or shoveling s... More »

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Some jobs for teenagers under 18 include babysitting, delivery driving, retail and tutoring. All of these part-time jobs are accessible to teenagers who are still in school. More »

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Some good websites on which teenagers can find babysitting jobs are sitterssearch.com, sittercity.com and care.com/child-care. As a security measure, all these websites require teens to register for an account before the... More »

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