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There is a growing need for teenage jobs in the country and the working group below 18 years are continuously looking to become more independent financially. Continue reading to find out more about the jobs for teenagers, related rules and regulations etc.

Answered By Connor Marsh | 2 years ago
  • Q: Are there any career counseling websites that offer advice for teenager jobs?

    There are a number of sites offering career counseling for teenagers. But before applying for any job, it is advisable to seek parental guidance. Plus, search the internet for top sites for teen job seekers where you’ll find information on jobs for teens, where to apply, how to apply, interview questions, to name a few.

  • Q: Are there any part-time jobs for 14 year olds and above?

    Yes, there are part-time jobs for 14 year olds and above. You can find hourly work as well, depending on your age. But be sure to check the legitimacy of the jobs by referring to the reviews and consulting with your parents, senior or guardian. You can work part-time as package handler, work in restaurants, resorts and motor lodges or campus placements as staff in bookstores, campus departments and cafeterias.

  • Q: As a teenager, where am I allowed to work and where not?

    14 and 15 year olds are allowed to work in stores, restaurants, non-manufacturing and non-mining sectors. As per the FLSA rules, teenagers are not permitted to work in hazardous jobs as considered by the Labor Department. These hazardous jobs include excavation, mining, explosives manufacturing, to name a few. The teenagers aren’t allowed to work in the hazardous industries until he or she turns 18.

  • Q: How do I know the legitimacy of the teenage jobs?

    It’s extremely crucial to understand the difference between a real job and fake one. Mostly, online jobs have the possibility of being a scam as there isn’t any direct communication between you and your employer. Research for the job opening that you are offered thoroughly online and look for real customer reviews to get a fair idea. Consult your parent or a senior who is a working professional. If it’s an online job, try to connect with the company directly to find out its legitimacy. Know the signs of scam like a huge payment with a little work, or if you’re asked for your personal information such as your bank account details and Social Security Number.

  • Q: How to find jobs for 14 or 15 year olds?

    Search for teenage jobs on the internet and apply for it online through proper documentation. Read blogs on various forums offering in-depth knowledge on where to find teenage jobs, how to apply for these jobs, what is the minimum wage for particular job, and so on. As 14 is the minimum age for a teenager to legally work and therefore, you may find various options from full-time, part-time and freelance jobs.

  • Q: Is there any limit to the times of a day a 14 or 15-year-old can work?

    As per the rules, a 14 or 15-year-old can work 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the school year and 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in summers. However, many of these restrictions on work timings are removed once you reach 16 years of age.

  • Q: Is there any limitation on the daily hours that a 14 or 15-year-old can work?

    They can’t work during the school hours, and the work hour limits to a total of 3 hours each school day. On a non-school day, he or she is allowed to work 8 hours per day that is 40 hours per week.

  • Q: What are the minimum wages for teen jobs?

    Some of the teenage jobs are not subject to the minimum wage such as babysitting jobs. The Fair Labor Standards Act has put down a minimum wage of not less than $4.25 per hour for teenage employees.

  • Q: What are the popular places to look for jobs for 14 years and above?

    Popular places for a teenage, or more specifically a 14 or 15-year-old, to work are food restaurants, grocery stores, and retail stores. Local paper routes or freelance landscaping are also some of the options for teenage job seekers.

  • Q: What are the summer labor rules for teenagers?

    The number of hours a teenager can work in the summer and when she can work depends on her age. Teens age 14 and 15 cannot work after 9 p.m. during the summer, while teenagers age 16 and 17 can work at all hours. Fourteen-year-olds and 15-year-olds can work up to 40 hours a week during the summer or up to eight hours a day. Those who are above 14 years of age can work as many hours a week as they wish.

  • Q: What do I need to get hired in a teen job?

    To work as a teenager, you’ll need your social security card, a driver’s license or other valid photo identification. Depending on your state and age, you’ll also need a work permit. You can check with the career counselor at your school about the required information.

  • Q: What is the average earning of a teenager per week and month?

    Teenagers in the US earn an average of $643 per month across all industries in the summer. Those working in the accommodation and food-service industry earn an average of $559 per month in the summer.

  • Q: What is the minimum age to work as a teenager?

    The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) has set basic requirements for hiring minors at work. As per the FLSA rules, 14 is the minimum age for work.

  • Q: Where can I find teen modeling jobs?

    Internet can be the easiest way to find teen modeling jobs, although you should verify the site and company before applying for a modeling job. You can also read about the same in detail on some of the popular websites such as,, and

  • Q: Where to apply for jobs for teenagers?

    Firstly, search for the right job online and put together your resume. Typical jobs for teenagers can be found at fast food joints, retail stores, camp resorts and hotels, where you can personally visit and submit your resume. Another way is to apply online to companies who hire teenage employees. Go to the company website you are targeting, and submit your resume on site itself or mail it to their official email address.

  • Q: Which are the jobs at home for 14 year olds?

    The teenagers now can not only get hired and get paid but also work from home and earn well. Some of the popular jobs are to take online surveys, open a pet supply store online, freelance writing jobs, party planning, cooking and baking jobs, etc.

  • Q: Which are the popular jobs at the age of 15?

    Finding a job at 15 years of age and getting one successfully is still a tough task as the Federal law puts restrictions on the number of work hours for teenagers below 16 years of age. However, there are some fields that do offer jobs to 15-year-olds that includes customer service, retail stores, summer time jobs, on water parks, and as babysitters.

  • Q: Which are the summer jobs for 14 years and above?

    You can find a number of summer jobs for teenagers, some of which include lemonade sales, lawn mowing, yard maintenance, window cleaning, car acre, general housekeeping, pet walking, fence painting, newspaper delivery, pet sitting, etc.

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