Are there any jobs for a 15 yo that actually involves thinking?

I want to get a job, but unlike my people my age I actually want to have to think instead of do as little work as possible. I know a decent amount about computers and designing, building things

Asked By: ahage16 - 10/6/2007
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At 15, no, not really. You can take an entry level job somewhere, and eventually get to someplace slightly better... More
Answered By: meikai_derushie - 10/6/2007
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no. there isnt. im the same in every way. and i will tell you now no. you dont have a degree, then you cant get a job that involves thought.
Answered By: michael n - 10/6/2007
Try becoming a host/cashier in a restaurant. That requiers thinking.
Answered By: Marco V - 10/6/2007
Answered By: Tara H - 10/6/2007
At 15 your best bet is to just try to get into the ground floor (like mail room or something) at a place that you would actually be interested in working at. As they see your motivation and thinking ability applied to even the basic ideas they may be willing to give you a chance at something else.
Answered By: hedwigreallyrules - 10/6/2007
Then build myspace or utube pages for people . A 15 yr old working for someone else is just labor . Very few adults trust the thinking of anyone under 21 . (too many hormones make teenagers crazy ) >
Answered By: kate - 10/6/2007
Try Mc Donald's and if you really are into thinking you can move up............................but your 15 and must work your way to the top like the rest of us. Also you still need your brain to finish school, you'll have all the time in the world to think when you grow up.
Answered By: celexa - 10/6/2007
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