As a 14-year-old, you may want a job to help you afford shopping, nights out with your friends, or gifts for friends and families. However, many employers shy away from hiring 14 years olds due to child labor laws.
Yes! There are plenty of job opportunities for 14-year-olds that want to make an extra buck during their free time. Teen jobs may include computer tasks such as programming and organization, dish cleaning in a fast-food restaurant, and lawn mowing for the neighbors.
1. Barista: Your job is to prepare beverages such as coffee, tea, milkshakes, and iced drinks2. Busser: Clearing and wiping tables after meals3. Caddy: Carry golf bags, wipe golf balls, and rake sand bunkers in golf clubs4. Cashier: Work the register in food service or a retail shop5. Garden assistant: Weed plants, replant and repot flowers, and register plants6. Leaf removal: Sweep and remove leaves from yards7. Snow shoveling: Remove snow and ice from driveways and parking lots
8. Pool cleaner: Remove debris from pools and add chemical cleaners to pool water9. Dish cleaner: Clean dishes in a restaurant10. Blogging: Write articles and blogs for businesses and websites online11. Programming: Become a freelance programmer online12. Babysitting: Watch young kids when their parents are away13. Pet walking and sitting: Care for pets, feed them and take them out for walks14. House cleaning: Help people clean and organize their homes for a fee15. Car Washer: Run a mobile car wash