I mean what place hires a 15 yr old person.I don't know I didn't work until I gratuated high school. at 17. yrs of age. from 6am -2 pm mondays , tuesdays, and wednesdays. 8am to 4pm Thursdays and Fridays in a day care center.Then in september I stopped and went to college. There I worked on my breaks and during the summer. Untill I graduated. Then I worked from then on.
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My daughter is 14 and is also looking for a job. Where we live the only employers we've found so far that hire under 16 are the local grocery stores. They hire 14 and 15 year olds to bag and carry out groceries. Many employers are reluctant to hire under 16 because there are many more restrictions on the types of work and the hours that kids that age can legally work. Babysitting and helping neighbors with various chores are also options, but I prefer that my daughter be at a business with some supervision. If you're in/near a farming community hoeing weeds might also be an option.
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