HomeBabysittingDo you need a real job!!?
Posted in Babysitting on 20th January 2014

need a real job!!?
I want a job, but I am under the age of 16, but first I want to say I do not think anyone would want to say “why do not you baby sit” or “dog walk”. I want something like a real job and I do not care about the payment and I’ll treasure can get one if you paid below minimum Wadge and your parents agree, I just want a real job someone please help me. The best answer (s):

of Common Sense
You “herd” about being “paid” at a minimum “Wadge” answer? If I saw an application with this type of spelling I’d throw it. It shows ignorance and a lack of love, many employers do not hire people for scarce jobs Detail.Mit under 16. They tend to be less responsible (not all, but many) and many have transportation problems.

Answer by Helper
Safeway, you must be at least 14, so if your younger then sorry no other jobs out there

Reply >> <<<** / i>
to your parents talk

Reply DarlinNikki
Hey Common Sense person does not require this a Q on a resume yahoo-writing. There is a difference, LOL.Eine amount pizzerias are children rent your age, and I know DQ often does. You could send a flyer for your own “lawn mowing service ‘, etc., when all else fails.

Reply smileyg_81
Many jobs offer youth jobs as long as they have a work permit. While I’m not sure what is required to obtain a permit, you should be able to see the situation somewhat. Probably tho, it is in the fast food industry because they most willing and flexible with teenagers are. you know about the school plans and have it easier to work around them. Good luck.

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