Junior high student looking for a job? Follow these suggestions

It can be a challenge for teenagers to find part-time jobs to make money. Many jobs have age restrictions that make it much harder to find a position. This article will list some of the available places for teenagers to work in the area.

  1. Fareway:

Fareway is a grocery chain that hires teenagers as young as 14 to work in their grocery department. The store is closed on Sundays, giving students time to manage other activities and responsibilities. The stores are also closed by 9 p.m., giving students time to be home early.

  1. McDonald’s:

The popular fast food chain, McDonald’s, is another good option for those who are younger and looking for a job. They also hire as young as 14. In your younger teenage years the position of crew member is available. In many cases, these members will make around $15 an hour. 

  1. Western Home:

The Western Home offers part-time jobs for those as young as 15 years old. Ideally, for this role teenagers will need weekend availability. Generally, the job will include processing orders and serving food.

  1. Chuck E. Cheese:

This entertainment center and restaurant chain offers jobs to teenagers with their minimum age being 15 or 16 years old. In most cases, these young employees will work mostly weekends with only occasional weekdays. 

  1. Village Inn:

Village Inn hires 16 year olds to work as hosts/hostesses, cashiers and bussers. They will also hire those as young as 14 years old to bus tables. 

Overall, finding jobs at a young age can be tedious, yet not impossible. Some other things that teenagers can do to make money are babysitting, labor work for people who need help, and lifeguarding.

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