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What would be a "good job idea" for a 14 year old?

I am permitted to work, all i have to do is get an employer to fill out the sheet, and go to my school to get it approved and they will give me my permit. I want to work for the rest of the summer, but i have no idea what. What would be a okay job for a 14 year old girl? Thanks.

Asked By: L0SER FACE - 5/27/2006
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Answered By: Raju - 5/28/2006
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a paper round is a good job,you can work out while doing this, you get good money, get to know your neighbours......
Answered By: jelly_win - 5/27/2006
 
Maybe you could work at a museum........or a fast food resteraunt......at the mall possibly........maybe even a zoo. There are no limits (ok fine there are some limits).
Answered By: anukool10 - 5/27/2006
 
Walking people'S dogs! JUST THINK YOUR HELPING DOGS GET EXERCISE!
Answered By: rockonfoxi - 5/27/2006
 
Babysitting, mowing the lawn for elderly neighbors.
Answered By: domestic goddess lol - 5/27/2006
 
try a internship, for a company. Though, u might not get paid u will get experience and big companies hire people with experience not rookies off the street.
Answered By: monkeyseatcheese - 5/27/2006
 
If you want to make some decent money and pick up skills that will help you down the road, I would suggest working for a polling center some other low-intensity call center. Most have restrictions on age, but it doesnt hurt to ask. Some of these places pay quite well. I had a job at one when I was 17 and it helped... More
Answered By: Tim - 5/27/2006
 
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