10 Best Jobs For 15 Year Olds: Make Money Before Graduating

In the name of fair workplace practices, this important set of child labor laws and statutes sets strict limits to where, when, and for how long you can work.

Working hours cannot overlap with school hours You’re not allowed to work before 7:00 AM or after 7:00 PM (unless it’s June 1st through Labor Day when you can work until 9:00 PM)

1. Babysitter or Nanny Babysitting is a classic job for teenagers that can be lucrative and rewarding. What’s more- it’s usually straightforward to get started.

2. Content Creator The internet’s given rise to a plethora of new and exciting career paths- many of which you need neither experience nor official qualifications to partake in.

3. Car Washer The idea of washing cars for a living might not make your teenager’s heart sing, but it’s still a viable job to consider.

4. Business Owner Some people are born entrepreneurs. Others learn the ropes over time. Whichever category your child falls into, don’t make the mistake of thinking business is only for adults.

5. Dog Walker They could knock on doors and post flyers through letterboxes offering to look after peoples’ pets at a convenient time for them.

6. Farm Helper For high school students in rural parts of the country, farm owners often look for people to help with a range of tasks.

7. Golf Caddy At first thought, meeting, greeting and carrying around peoples’ golf clubs all day might not sound like an attractive proposition.

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