If there are any, you would not be able to work in places that sell alcohol. Check out the list below to see what jobs your age range is allowed to do. Things open up a bit more for 16-year-olds.
Best of luck!
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
A youth 14 and 15 years old may not work in the manufacturing or mining industries, or in any hazardous job. (See the list of hazardous occupations below.) In addition, a 14- or 15-year-old may not work in the following occupations:
Communications or public utilities jobs;
Construction or repair jobs;
Driving a motor vehicle or helping a driver;
Manufacturing and mining occupations;
Power-driven machinery or hoisting apparatus other than typical office machines;
Public messenger jobs;
Transporting of persons or property;
Workrooms where products are manufactured, mined or processed;
Warehousing and storage.
A 14- or 15-year-old may work in retail stores, food service establishments and gasoline service stations. However, a 14- or 15-year-old may not perform the following jobs in the retail and service industries:
Boiler or engine room work, whether in or about;
Cooking, except with gas or electric grilles that do not involve cooking over an open flame and with deep fat fryers that are equipped with and utilize devices that automatically lower and raise the baskets in and out of the hot grease or oil;
Freezers or meat coolers work;
Loading or unloading goods on or off trucks, railcars or conveyors;
Meat processing area work;
Maintenance or repair of a building or its equipment;
Operating, setting up, adjusting, cleaning, oiling, or repairing power-driven food slicers, grinders, choppers or cutters and bakery mixers;
Outside window washing, or work standing on a window sill, ladder, scaffold or similar equipment;
Warehouse work, except office and clerical work.
The jobs a 14- or 15-year-old may do in the retail and service industries include:
Bagging and carrying out customer's orders;
Cashiering, selling, modeling, art work, advertising, window trimming, or comparative shopping;
Cleaning fruits and vegetables;
Clean-up work and grounds maintenance - The young worker may use vacuums and floor waxers, but he or she cannot use power-driven mowers, cutters, and trimmers;
Clean cooking equipment, including the filtering, transporting and dispensing of oil and grease, but only when the surfaces of the equipment and liquids do not exceed 100° F;
Delivery work by foot, bicycle, or public transportation;
Kitchen and other work in preparing and serving food and drinks, but not cooking or baking (see hazardous jobs);
Office and clerical work;
Pricing and tagging goods, assembling orders, packing, or shelving;
Pumping gas, cleaning and polishing cars and trucks (but the young worker cannot repair cars, use garage lifting rack, or work in pits);
Wrapping, weighing, pricing, stocking any goods as long as the young worker does not work where meat is being prepared and does not work in freezers or meat coolers.
A youth 16 or 17 years old may perform any non-hazardous job. (See the list of hazardous occupations below.)