Whats a job a 15 year old student like me could get?
Im turning 15 now and would like to get some sort of job. Im a straight A student in high school and willing to do most jobs. Any advice helps. Thank you for your time.
Asked By: Michael - 1/16/2010
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i went to work at a ski shop at 14, a gas station attendant @ 15-16, and back to the ski shop at 16+ also, all sorts of food service...
Answered By: ez80227 - 1/16/2010
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the mall .you meet girls everyday and they see you have a job so you are in it like benny
Answered By: Tezzy - 1/16/2010
Try babysitting or looking for jobs as a paper delivery girl/boy. Good luck.
Answered By: Ali - 1/16/2010
A local convenience store
Answered By: Krezbo :) - 1/16/2010
retail jobs. fast food jobs. working at a supermarket. i would start at the mall.
Answered By: dazed and confused. - 1/16/2010
work at mcdonalds or a other non-demanding job. try working at a place where you yourself shop or eat at and that you will enjoy working at.
Answered By: pokemonmaster317 - 1/16/2010
Babysitting, gardening or waiting in restaurants are all good options and look good on CV's later in life.
Answered By: piran - 1/16/2010
Answered By: tdsboy - 1/16/2010
im 14 and i just got a job at timhortons
Answered By: Braden L - 1/16/2010
fastfood place . if you have the hook up, then you should try asking for a job with a friend or family.
Answered By: leonard l - 1/16/2010
probably try babysitting because at age 15 u arent old enuff 2 get a legal job. wait til ur 16 then u can start working at like mcdonalds and places like that. also, maybe u can try tutoring. nowadays little kids are really in need. advertise in ur local paper.
Answered By: Bebe411 - 1/16/2010
You really cannot do much till you turn 16, because that's the legal age for most jobs. but if you were to go for something, maybe helping out in a doctors office or some kind of office, you have straight A's which means you are probably good at learning how to do stuff and fast. so like i said probably look for an... More
Answered By: Shannon - 1/16/2010
local food stores
Answered By: sar - 1/16/2010
Yard work like mowing, raking, shoveling snow etc. Dog walking or grooming, babysitting, house sitting, cleaning out garages or attics Fast food restaurants, janitorial work, cleaning up after construction crews, see if anyone you know has a retail store and will let you work in it.
Answered By: Lizzie - 1/16/2010
mall, if you like animals find a place like that,fast food i couldn't and everyone else i know couldn't its annoying and stress full :) depends on what u want just start by filling out applications on places you like first and good luck :)
Answered By: questions for you - 1/16/2010
subway... easy job
Answered By: Jessica-Lynn - 1/16/2010
You are not old enough to work, but some places might let you slide. If i were you, I'd volunteer at the career you want to get into first (since it is legal to volunteer under age 16), and then you will be able to land the same job with pay once you turn 16... More
Answered By: CJ - 1/16/2010
I worked at McDonalds when I was that age...it was a great jumping point.
Answered By: just<3me - 1/16/2010
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