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Jobs for High School Students

High school students are becoming more and more independent, and with this independence comes a need for money. Cell phone bills, gas and car insurance, saving up for college tuition, and extra spending money are on the minds of high school students across the country. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to find jobs for high school students because these young adults need a job that provides a healthy balance between work, school, extracurricular activities and friends. Here are some ideas to help high school students find the ideal job, whether it be part-time, summer work or a summer internship:

Part-Time Jobs for High School Students A full-time job during the school year is almost always out of the question, but maybe you have enough time to work part time while you are still taking classes. Most high school students with part-time jobs work approximately 10-20 hours a week. If you want to work during the school year, look for weekend jobs or jobs that don’t require you to work hours too late at night – homework should still be your number one priority! You will also want to find an employer who can give you the flexibility needed to accommodate your extracurricular schedule. Your high school guidance counselor may also be able to help you in finding a job. Most jobs for high school students are hourly positions in the service industry. While not the most glamorous, these jobs offer great experience and flexible schedules. Here are some part-time jobs for high school students:

Summer Jobs for High School Students With classes out of the way, high school students have a lot more options in the summer. Some may choose to work full time, while other students seek out a part-time job that allows them to go on vacations, take summer school courses, or spend time with friends.

  • Retail can be either a part-time or full-time job during the summer. One perk of working in retail is the employee discount. This is especially good for high school students on a tight budget. Some retail jobs are commission-based, such as at cell phone stores or cosmetics counters. WorkInRetail.com is a good source for retail jobs.
  • Restaurant and Food Service jobs can also be either part- or full-time.
  • Outdoor jobs may include caddying at a golf course, lifeguard, camp counselor, or lawn and park maintenance. If you are a sports person, you may also enjoy giving tennis lessons, helping coach a little league baseball team, or being an umpire or referee. Check your local park district, zoo, beach, or golf course for more outdoor summer jobs for high school students.
  • Administrative and Clerical jobs for high school students may be available in the summer at any sort of office, such as real estate agencies, insurance companies, doctors offices, car dealerships, banks, etc. These jobs may involve answering the phones, filing papers and other office work.
  • Temp Work may be a good summer job for high school students who are interested in administrative work. Temporary workers are sent out on assignments of varying length (one day, one week, the entire summer, etc.) to fill in for employees who are out of the office or to help work on special projects. OfficeTeam and Manpower are two temporary agencies which offer some entry-level jobs that may interest high school students.

Summer Internships for High School Students Many determined high school students are hoping to get lucky and land a summer internship. Keep in mind that you must work hard to get a high school summer internship, because you will be competing with college students who have already taken coursework specific to their major and job. Often times students get internships through their parents, family friends, or neighbors, so tell everyone you know what you are looking for. If gaining experience is more important to you than money, unpaid internships for high school students are also an option. Search online or stop in at local companies and ask if they need any additional summer help. Unpaid internships might also be available at a local community organization or non-profit. Check out your town’s web page or go to idealist.org to find these summer internships. Many universities also offer research opportunities and internships for high school students. Finally, some companies have internship programs designed specifically for high school students. Many of these internships are local, most require that you are at least 16 years old, and some are even paid! Here are some of the companies that offer summer internship programs for high school students:

If you don’t get an internship, and the typical entry-level, minimum wage jobs for high school students don’t appeal to you, just remind yourself that everyone needs a first job at some point in their life. Work experience, no matter what kind, is something to put on your resume, and it will help you in finding your next job. Besides, you may find that you actually enjoy the fast-paced and customer-oriented atmosphere in these types of high school jobs.

224 Responses for "Jobs for High School Students"

  • alida petrerson October 14th, 2009 at 11:25 am 1

    im 14 years of age and i need a job now

  • Janet Hammut October 21st, 2009 at 8:40 am 2

    My brother is also 14 and he thinks he needs a job. you are still young and don;t need a job. My friend says that you should star mowing lawns.

  • Merissa Umbrella October 21st, 2009 at 8:42 am 3


  • Tim Wilkins October 21st, 2009 at 8:47 am 4

    the anwser is 2 what is the question. i think that you should star mowing lawns and doind jobs on the side, such as babysitting, or doing things for your parents. Since winter is almost here you could shovel driveways. 67 was a good year! Or do things for your parents or relatives. this way you can make money but also choose when you want to work. because lets face it….jobs are difficult especilly when you get to high school and have a lot of homework to do. it becomes difficult at some point. but most of all enjoy your childhood right now. because once you get to being a teenager it becomes difficult!

  • denise henderson November 19th, 2009 at 2:24 pm 5

    i am 16 years old and im really looking for a part time job !

  • charlissa walters November 27th, 2009 at 9:16 am 6

    i am 17 years old and i really need a part time job

  • Alexander Hernandez Amadeus Garcia December 31st, 2009 at 1:14 pm 7

    i am 17 years old and i need a part-time job in anywhere around Laguna Hills like LakeForest. i have been looking for a job for 4 months now and no one has called me. I REALLY NEED A JOB!

  • Jennxchris January 5th, 2010 at 1:46 pm 8

    I`m 18 years old and looking for a part-time job. I have barely any experience. I have never worked a job before unless you count babysitting. I really need a job.

  • Angel January 8th, 2010 at 4:12 pm 9

    I graduated from high school last year and since then, I’ve been looking for a job. I’ve never had a job and still have no luck finding one. All I know is that I really, really need to get going and find job!

  • marissa January 19th, 2010 at 9:33 pm 10

    Im 14 years old and my parents refuse to give me money for babysitting my bro. I need a part time job if Im gonna afford my necesseties

  • Saintanette Jean- Louis January 29th, 2010 at 8:55 pm 11

    I’m 18 yrs old i’ve been looking for job since i was 15 i still can’t find none. I’m looking for job because i want to be able to help myself in sort of ways and i need to help my dad pay the bills in the house and help my families in Haiti. thank you God bless ya.

  • Kristy February 1st, 2010 at 10:18 am 12

    lol you jits under 16 are killing me!!! In order to work ANY LEGAL job and be on a payroll, you must be 16 years of age or over! so go cut some grass or something cause you will not be hired by any companies ok(=

  • Kristy February 1st, 2010 at 10:20 am 13

    && you high school grads need to go to college!! they will set you up on interviews according to your major and its up to YOU to “wow” the bossman and get the job!!! a higher paying job!! gees people!!! common sense

  • rachel February 7th, 2010 at 11:46 am 14

    I’m 18 years old. I’ve held 2 jobs and I’m currently working in retail but I’m no longer getting any hours. I’ve put in about 10 applications in the past few months and still haven’t recieved any calls. I need a job badly. I cant even afford to fill up my car at this point

  • Charnae February 9th, 2010 at 11:20 am 15

    im 15 and i need a job to pay for my car and cell phone

  • Charnae February 9th, 2010 at 11:21 am 16

    come on guys lets get our act together and get ourselves a job!!!!!!

  • Dania February 16th, 2010 at 8:34 pm 17

    im 14 i need a job now.. im willing to work part time.. in retail or fast food.. even babysitting

  • Damion February 17th, 2010 at 12:03 pm 18

    I’m 18 and have worked in numerous jobs. Cashier is the worst job ever dont do it. Look for a job in stocking shelves if u wanna go retail. In my opinion Busboy is the best job, i was working at outback making tips and 4.50 an hour i got around 300-400 dollars every 2 weeks

  • Damion February 17th, 2010 at 12:04 pm 19

    By the way you have to be 18 to be a busboy unless its “off the books”

  • Dante the Mav February 18th, 2010 at 10:19 am 20

    Mowing lawns just doesn’t cut it any more when you need some money… too much time, not enough money

  • mahy February 23rd, 2010 at 5:55 am 21

    im 17 and i need a job so i can move on in life

  • booya March 1st, 2010 at 2:40 am 22

    why are you guys putting that you need a job on this website? employers aren’t looking around the comments of these articles for future employees. Sorry if you need a job, but complaining here isn’t doing anything.

  • Pauline Bealor March 8th, 2010 at 7:10 am 23

    I am a single mom on unemployment and can’t tell you how badly i need income. I am living week to week with these checks and still not making it. Yes, I am serious (couldn’t be more serious) I truly need employment.

  • mickstahz mendoza March 14th, 2010 at 3:28 am 24

    babysitting, mowing lawns, weeding gardens, pruning, mulching, and etc…. are the good for you guyyzzz.. but i think weeding gardens is the best coz of the higher demand..

  • AJ March 22nd, 2010 at 1:24 am 25

    im 18, and ive been working since i was a sophmore in high school. ive held the same job since i was 15, and ive been balancing full time school with my two jobs and extracurricular activities as well. now in college, im a full time student and my experience in high school balancing a job and school basically taught me how to prepare for the busy life i have now, with the hectic schedule i hold. i think that holding a hob in high school, as long as you keep up with the best you can do on your schoolwork[ i was in ap/honors classes all four years] is one of the best things you can ever do for yourself.

  • Bryce March 23rd, 2010 at 6:55 pm 26

    I’m almost 19 now. I’ve done volunteer work and I am extremely bright, unfortunately my circumstances work against me. I do not have a home, I live on my own, I do not have a car or a lisence. I need a place to live, which means i need a job.

  • christian April 5th, 2010 at 11:39 am 27

    If you are 17 or younger, FOCUS FOCUS FOCUS on school work. You may not think you are learning anything, or just hate school, or love it! But join clubs and do everything to make yourself look better for college applications. Then, go to school overseas somewhere cheap! Learn another language! Learning another language is such a great expierience and it makes you more appealing to any market. Voulunteer for your state represenitive or seators office. Get a internship if possible. Get some experience!

    If you are 18+, check into the Armed Forces. Do a few years and use the GI BILL to pay for college. Not to mention they pay BAH for an E-5 which is about 1300 dollars a month for housing after they pay for tuition. That GI BILL lasts four years! Or stay in if you like it… Tuition is 100% free while you are in, but expect to do college online due to the work schedule. Go warrant officer in the Army and fly helo’s you don’t need a degree but you do have to pass some tests and put in a flight packet, but it is doable.

    Study, Learn, and do something you enjoy!

  • nikka April 8th, 2010 at 9:42 am 28

    i am a 15-year old girl and almost 16 this coming month of june ..i need a job for my enrollment this coming may 15,
    what job would be suitable for me ??

  • Tiffanie April 8th, 2010 at 3:33 pm 29

    I’m 23 and have worked quite a few jobs… my first was when I was 15 and it was working as a PCA (personal care attendant) at a foster home with a girl that had FAS. I made $11/hour and worked 35 hours a week. You can find a lot of good jobs when you’re young at group homes or through any company that manages the staff for people who need special care. Not the most glamorous job, but they usually pay good. I thought stocking shelves was a great job too. Can listen to music while you do it usually 🙂 I also worked at this cool, local coffee shop/restaurant/wine bar/art gallery place and I loved doing that. If you can find a laid back local place like that then food service is not bad. I thought cashiering sucked ass and so did waitressing at Perkins of course lol.

  • kyle April 25th, 2010 at 4:47 pm 30

    ok im the only person i know who dosnt have a job and im trying to balance a cellphone bill and extra expences and im happy to work but i dont know were to apply…….any sugestions?

  • brittany marie April 28th, 2010 at 10:50 am 31

    ok im almost 16 and i really need to find a job but i live in luther and there is no where to work i need help???

  • Randy April 28th, 2010 at 1:20 pm 32

    Ok Iam 15 years old and i want a job because my parents don’t buy me nothing i want to be able to buy my own things like a ps3 and mothern warefar 2. Last week my xbox 360 broke and i asked my parents if they could get it repair or get me a new one. thats why i want a job i want to buy what i want.

  • melodie April 29th, 2010 at 10:39 am 33

    mi name is melodie i am 18 years old, a junior in high school and i need to find a job now becasue im planning on going to college when i graduate next year and i also need money so my parents can get me a car and i can pay the note and insurance. can anyone help me here?

  • Charlotte April 30th, 2010 at 9:57 am 34

    I thought I’d let the Kristy girl know that it depends where you live what the legal age to work is. In Kentucky, you can be 14 years or older; you just have a limited number of hours and you can’t work dangerous jobs that require a lot of experience. So just research the laws in your state for work and don’t give up. I’m only 15, and I’ve applied at a few places already and working on a job application as of now. Good luck to everyone else!


  • john hunt May 3rd, 2010 at 4:42 pm 35

    I’m 17 and im looking for a job to help out my family around the house. I also need to pay for my car insurance and my cell phone bill. I get maybe $20 a month for just asking for it but thats it.I need a job fast and a good one at that.

  • makallah May 4th, 2010 at 10:41 am 36

    i am 15 till next month and i will be manstapated when i turn 16 so im trying to look for a job so i can find a house and get myself setteled i am in foster care so it is hard to even find a job

  • franco May 6th, 2010 at 8:19 pm 37

    Wow, people are so ignorant.
    You can work at Publix as a clerk at the age of 14.

  • renee May 11th, 2010 at 11:13 am 38

    I must say, I agree with Christian. Thankfully, my parents didn’t MAKE me work when I was in high school, though I did teach lessons. Use your time in high school to get involved there and make sure you stay up on your school work. After high school, college, grad school, however far you choose to go…you have your ENTIRE LIFE to work. Enjoy your youth while you can!

    And to Makallah, I understand you can’t wait to be emancipated and find a job but I would HIGHLY focus on school. You’re not going to find a job that will allow you to buy or even rent a house – you’ll be lucky if you find one to pay enough for rent on an apartment. AGAIN, everyone can’t wait to grow up but honestly, once you do grow up and have student loan payments, house/car/phone/utilites/etc payments, you’ll long for the days when all you had to worry about was getting your paper written and turned in on time. Find a job where you can work weekends (all retailers would LOVE it) and spend the rest of your time focused on school activities and getting good grades.

  • jacob May 11th, 2010 at 1:12 pm 39

    #1-stay in foster care until you are 18 #2-finish highschool #3-YOU WILL GET MONEY(maybe more because you are in foster care) from the government to go to a technical college or somewhere else #4-graduate college #5-be able to pay for your own way without help #6-help others

  • brigitte June 1st, 2010 at 4:13 pm 40

    id elike to leave some advice to kids looking for jobs. apply EVERYWHERE even if you think they wont hire you ask anyways. just drive around town one day and apply at every place you see. thats how i got a job at cicis

  • leodan June 6th, 2010 at 8:01 pm 41

    I NEED MONEY! and i cannot mow lawns simply because I LIVE IN THE DESERT! and in my neighborhood it is against the law to own grass because water costs $10 a gallon and it’s to expensive! so any other suggestions? it’s summer time and im 16 😀

  • lizette chavez June 19th, 2010 at 10:23 pm 42

    Im 18 years old i have finishd high school and have my diploma…. im looking for a good job.. i have workd at a fast food resturant but it was too much for me they made me do alot of things… please help me look for a job…. lovzz

  • Paul McGuinness June 20th, 2010 at 2:41 am 43

    All you guys who are looking for work who are still very young. i.e. young enough that you shouldn’t have any responsibilities (I except that some of you may be highly honourable and trying to help support your families) – why are you so desperate to get a job?

    The fact that you want to work is great, but what are you going to do with the money you earn?

    If you are under 16 then you can’t NEED the money.
    So any of you out there that are working, or looking for work, when you get paid you absolutely MUST save at least 10% of what you earn, so you can re-invest it later.
    Don’t make the same mistakes that the generation above you made – the must have NOW generation. Start at the very begining of your life doing it right. NEVER borrow for anything, no credit cards, no car loans, you don’t even need a mortgage!
    The average age of first time house buyers in the United Kingdom is now 39 years old, that’s 21 years of work after leaving college (18 years after leaving university). When you look at what you pay back on a mortgage it’s two – two & half times the price you actually pay for the house!
    If you ALWAYS keep some of what you earn for yourself (to invest) then surely over much less than 21 years you could amass enough money to buy your first house for CASH!!

    Whatever work you do get always make sure that you do it the best you possibly can.

    If you get one of the neighbours to pay you a few cents for taking out their trash every day (or any other low prestige job), it may hardly seem worth the effort. But if youare always punctual, polite and happy on the outside (no matter what is going on inside your head) and always maintain a friendly yet professional relationship with them then two things WILL happen: your neighbour will build trust that you are a competent individual and give you more responsible and rewarding jobs; Other neighbours will notice what you are doing, or your first neighbour will tell them (best ever FREE advertising), and they too will ask for your service. That’s how small businesses turn into business empires.

    Whatever you end up doing NEVER let anybody put you down for the effort you are making. Always ask them ‘would I be better off doing nothing?’

  • winda June 20th, 2010 at 5:22 am 44

    I’m 18 and I really need a job
    Please give me an information about job

  • lilyka June 21st, 2010 at 10:51 am 45

    I’m 17 and need a job, too. No experience, except some babysitting. Would love to find a bookstore in the Hampden, Baltimore area that is hiring, or in the surrounding areas.

  • Myisha Harrison June 26th, 2010 at 8:15 am 46

    im am 16 ive had two jobs since the time i was 15 and im still working all you have to do is put your best forward and dont let anyone hold you back….! 🙂

  • Jaymes Johnston July 2nd, 2010 at 7:22 pm 47

    hi i’m jaymes johnston looking for a really good part time or full time summer job it would be a really big help for me and i live in utah right now i am sad and i really need the money i don’t know what else to do i’ve looked in the paper and online not that big of help for the online part and the paper you have to be older for alot of them i’ve even tried at other place and most place now you need a high school deploma or a ged now so if any one has some great help for me that would be wonderful

  • Viv July 21st, 2010 at 1:48 pm 48

    I’m 11 and i want a job! Is that possible in Michigaah and how many more years till i can FINALLY babysit like i’ve been practicing!?

  • Viv July 21st, 2010 at 1:49 pm 49

    i meant michigan by the way!

  • Alec July 22nd, 2010 at 2:35 am 50

    I’m only 14 but I know what I’m going to do when I get out of school I’m going to get my dad silverado diesel and plow driveways in the winter and then do handyman a woodworking jobs in the summer and save up for a travel trailer and live there until I can either launch the buisness farther or get accepted in a higher paying job elsewhere. I plan on then using the money to save up for college. Is that cool or do I need a better plan?

  • Taylor July 23rd, 2010 at 8:29 pm 51

    Some people under the age of sixteen NEED to get a job. I know a lot of you are saying to mow lawns, babysit, etc. Those types of things, however, just don’t cut it anymore. You say we’re too young for our own responsibilities, but that’s simply not true. I’m 15 years old and I have to pay for my permit, license, car, insurance, new school clothes, school supplies, school fees, etc. I can’t just rely on my parents because A) It’s just me and my mom, and B) She’s out of a job as well right now.
    I have a two year old little brother and right now my mom’s concern is getting the things that he needs. I’m older and can take care of myself, which is why I’m trying my best to find a job. Some of you privileged people don’t understand what it’s like to be under 16 and having to work. So instead of acting like we’re being desperate and eager to grow up, help us find something.

  • MommaTam July 30th, 2010 at 2:23 pm 52

    My son is 14 and he also swears to needing a job like NOW.

    You guys have your whole life to work. And trust me, once you’ve been out there in the working world for some years, you will begin to MISS these days when you didn’t have to work.

    As long as you have a roof over your head, clothes on your back, and food on the table, you do not NEED to work. Enjoy being a kid while you can. Your only responsibility right now is going to school and getting good grades. Treat THAT as your full-time job and everything else will fall into place in due time.

    Best wishes to you all!! xx

  • Leland Sargent August 2nd, 2010 at 12:34 pm 53

    For those of you that are under the age of 16, the only job that you are ale to get is possibly at a local family run restaurant, a theme park, or the classic and my personal favorite, McDonald’s. Working at McDonald’s will teach you hard work and also make you want to succeed, working at McDonald’s teaches you one main thin, and that is that you do not want to work at McDonald’s for the restof your life, it will inspire you to succeed in life so you aren’t stuck with a shitty job your whole life, after there, you now have a reference and a little bit of experience and it will be significantly easier to get a job in Retail in your local mall when you turn 16 and are ready to leave

  • Geo August 14th, 2010 at 9:01 pm 54

    You guys wonder why you don’t have a job? Well here’s the reason why.

    1) Most of you need grammar classes because most of you dont even know how to spell or capitolize. Who’s going to hire someone who can’t even do the things 5th graders can do.

    2) If you’re age is not 16+, No one will hire you because it is illegal. Unless you work under the table.

    3) Most of you probly don’t know your rights as a minor. (I am a minor myself, 17 years old). Read your rights! Don’t take no for an answer! Don’t give up either!!!

    4) DON’T LET OLD PEOPLE BRAIN WASH YOU! Just because your young doesn’t mean you can’t multi-task. It also doesn’t mean your stupid either.
    Adults seem to think teenagers don’t have a clue in life, They want you to stay in school and have no experience when you get out in the real world. Then when you have that big tuition bill for college… Your going to wish! And they’re going to realize they made a mistake.

    5) Old people are scared of you taking their jobs so they use the excuse of school first. DUH! School first, we get it, but jobs second! And that’s what they don’t seem to get.

    P.S. TRY WAL-MART, If you have one in your town. They love young people!!!

    -Common sense out-

  • alex August 16th, 2010 at 8:22 am 55

    I’m 20 years old, living in Canada.

    I am a university student and my hard work seems to have paid off. I am working a summer job making very good money.

    My advice is to talk to people (anyone and everyone), and if anyone gives you some information about their company, remember it, and write a good cover letter, and use what they person from the company told you.

    Remember, an education never expires. And an education does not have to be university or college. You can go to school and learn a trade (plumbing is in high demand right now). Or even try to take a couple courses on how to operate construction machines.

    Good luck, and remember, that a high school job may provide you with temporary happiness, but you don’t need a car at 16. Save that money, invest in your education, and buy a car when you are making more than minimum wage.

  • Rachel August 18th, 2010 at 4:20 pm 56

    I need a job that has to do with agriculture for the school i’m going to. I have no idea where to look

  • khvbkjm August 21st, 2010 at 10:20 pm 57

    why are you people saying you need a job here? Your not going to get hired by saying your age and that you need a job.


  • sjs September 3rd, 2010 at 7:58 pm 58

    what is the legal right of an employer to schedule an 18 year old who is still in high school, who is a good student (no didn’t flunk, started school late), and who does have a part-time job at a fast-food restaurant because of the hard economic times hitting the family, and the employer is scheduling this student during school hours. Employers response is “too bad” find your own replacement.

  • david gettys September 14th, 2010 at 1:32 pm 59

    i need a job that has to do with police officers and i want it to be in forrest city

  • senthil amarnath September 17th, 2010 at 10:37 am 60

    i am 14 year old i want a job which can be done in my house

  • Student College Loan Consolidation September 24th, 2010 at 10:18 am 61

    Asking for a job on this page will get you nowhere.

  • kiera smith September 30th, 2010 at 4:58 pm 62

    my name is kiera smith im 16 years old i live and detroit michigan i attend herd ford high school im and the 11th grade i have a 3.571 on my last report card i neve had a job and i really need one so i can start saving money for next year and for college

  • Yomarlyn October 3rd, 2010 at 12:03 pm 63

    i am 17 and i need a job like for real i am getting kicked out my house and i need the moe to get at least my own place

  • Chiquita Easley October 5th, 2010 at 5:25 pm 64

    I am 17 Yrs old and i have now been searching for a job for almost 7 months and i have been filling out applications everywhere and still haven’t got a response with a job offer so please help me find a job.

  • jesslyn October 10th, 2010 at 12:26 pm 65

    im 17 and need to find a job and a new place to live and fast. i dont know wht im going to do if i get kicked out!!!

  • Moni October 16th, 2010 at 2:51 pm 66

    I just turned 17 and this is my senior year! At the end of my school year i have to go to africa, so I really need some money to go. I’ve done a lot of work with young kids,and I’ve also had a cleaning job. I really need a job!

  • Brandi November 1st, 2010 at 5:26 pm 67

    Hiya im 15 years old and looking for a part time job that can work with my school scehule and i need the money not just forme to help my family out and it would be nice to have a paying part time jobso please help me out ! :'( thx

  • SethyC November 3rd, 2010 at 12:07 pm 68

    Im almost 18 and had a good part time job over the summer, become a lifeguard or work at a local snowball stand

  • Pete November 13th, 2010 at 1:59 am 69

    Some of you are so funny. You want a job so you can buy a video game. Wow. Just focus on school. Im 20 and I have more bills then you can imagine. 600 rent, 50 electric, 120 insurance, 250 groceries, 150 cell phone, 200 gasoline. And that’s every single month. Get a good education because as bad as this economy is you are going to need it.

  • Pete November 13th, 2010 at 2:03 am 70

    Oh and another thing; why are all of to sitting here and complaining about how you need a job? You think people are going to be looking around this website and say “wow bob needs a job” and magically have all of your contact information and call you and have you come to work for them? No. If you want a job get out there and look for one. Try craigslist, monster, yahoo, the newspaper. Posting on here is not going to get you a job!!

  • Alethia November 14th, 2010 at 5:14 pm 71

    Is there a place in williamsburg that hires and pays more that 8 bucks an hour?

  • Sheeeeeena November 29th, 2010 at 9:05 pm 72

    hi im 14 i need a job now cos’ i have to pay my phone bill , so please help me’ get a job

  • Jasmine November 30th, 2010 at 1:30 pm 73

    I don’t get why you people are on here saying:
    “I’m ________ years old and I need a job”
    WTF are you tripping on? Get off your ass and find a job. -____- quit being computer slouchers, and find a job. Put in applications, do your research.
    I’m 15 years old, and I have a part-time job during the school year, and the same job, but full-time during the summer making $10/hr, because I don’t just sit on the computer, complaining about how much I need a job, instead I went out and got myself a job. Maybe you all should do the same?!

  • Markis December 1st, 2010 at 1:48 am 74

    […] I’ve read a lot of your comments back, and they’re just purely ridiculous. If you’re not 16, then get […] out, cause you can’t get a job LEGALLY. Secondly, to get a job, you have to call THEM, not have them call you! You must dress up to impress the co-workers and most importantly the hiring manager. You have to do some studying and research on the job you will be applying for, so when the interview comes around, you’ll have more of the intelligence to know what you’re supposed to say when they ask you the question: “Why do you want to work here?”. Then give them your reason WHY. And even tell them you need a job, because the truth coming out, instead of hiding it, will give the Manager confidence in you. And lastly, you all have to know that you’re going to get a million “No’s”, until you finally get one “Yes, you’re hired”.

  • scott December 7th, 2010 at 2:30 pm 75

    think about starting your own business.

  • junior December 9th, 2010 at 11:48 am 76

    im 17 and i need a part time job

  • Meanite December 13th, 2010 at 5:16 pm 77

    Oh, god. That one 11-year-old looking for a job? Are you kidding?

  • WellTodo December 20th, 2010 at 10:32 am 78

    @Jasmine…if you went out and got a job, then WHY IN THE HELL are you on employmentsoit.com…????
    smh makin no sense @aLL….

  • Kaitiln December 21st, 2010 at 1:22 pm 79

    YOU ALL ARE IGNORANT! first of all you all need to learn how to spell and second stop complaining! nobody cares I guarantee!

  • Ashley December 22nd, 2010 at 4:54 pm 80

    I agree with the people that are telling others they need to get up,go out and do it, instead of complaining.. everyone at some point needs one, but its good to put a application out and call every day or even go in as ask them were your application is at in the process because then they see how much you really want the job. Im 17 my dream was to be a model but that didn’t so now that i have messed up my schooling i have to get my g e d some how and get a job, but its hard because most places want 18 and up but that just make me look harder.

  • Amber December 29th, 2010 at 9:45 pm 81

    I’m 19 a senior in high school i have tried baby sitting doesn’t work. I run my church nursery but i only get 20 a week every 2 to 3 weeks. I don’t have a car and i don’t really know how to do much of anything except read books and work technology really well

  • danib January 1st, 2011 at 1:03 am 82

    i am 17 years old i have had a job since the day i turned 16 and i will say its not that hard to do but you have to be motivated and be willing to work

  • valerie January 3rd, 2011 at 12:58 am 83

    You can ask your counselor at school for help or any college! Find out what you love the most- this is the best way and then volunteer if there are no openings.You might try a library.If you know what you love and want to do i can help you for free… i find my friends jobs easier then my own guess its a gift don’t worry. You are good at lots of things we all are its just harder to figure out what we have a passion foe and matching it!You said you manage a church nursery so ask all the people thee and put up a post if you want to find more work with the same people you already see once a week! Its a goldmine out there.. public transportation goes most places now and it saves you a lot for fun things!

  • iris A. January 3rd, 2011 at 6:24 am 84

    it’s been amonth since me and my friends decided to look for part time jobs we are also a 16 year old students. we thought about why we wanted a job first is that we need to learn how to earn money by ourselves so that we won’t rely much on our parents.
    second by doing such communication skills and self confidence are being developed. third we gain experiences that would really help us get by through times. fourth through experiences we get we could apply it in our daily school works especially in english, social studies, math, TLE(technology and livelihood), science and more.
    fifth when seeking for jobs it does not mean you need to give up your teenage days, it actually help a lot in filling up our teenage years….
    well these are the reasons why me and my friends wanted to look for jobs….. in fact our school also did some kind of activity that students were supposed to find jobs and learn from it… we were 12 yrs old back then…. it was kinda fun…
    please help

  • Petra January 3rd, 2011 at 3:25 pm 85

    I’m a 16 year old girl who is looking for her first job. Almost any job is just fine with me. As long as it pays well I’m fine. Anything from being a waitress, to being a cashier, to anything in those categories or more. Thank You.

  • Jonny Kovanda January 3rd, 2011 at 7:21 pm 86

    I am 15 and looking for a job

  • caleb January 5th, 2011 at 8:20 am 87

    you guys should listen to Paul Mcguiness and stop freaking out if a job is right it will come to you

  • anon January 7th, 2011 at 1:22 pm 88

    None of you guys truly NEED jobs. Some of us went without cars and cell phones our whole childhood. When you have rent, electric, cell phone, internet, and a baby on the way then you will know what the need is. Thanks to the high school kids getting all the jobs, when they don’t even need one, my husband (almost fresh out of high school) can’t find one and I just lost my high school grade pathetic excuse for a job. We’re living on our savings right now but since you guys keep getting jobs and doing crappy jobs at them, people who actually need jobs can’t get them and the homeless population is rising because of you spoiled little kids. Stop trying to get jobs so people who truly need them can get them.

  • Excelsior January 14th, 2011 at 1:16 pm 89

    As someone that works in HR, its very difficult to find reliable HS students. We’re not against hiring them but they need to show that they’ll show up for work each day. Talent always rises!

  • samantha January 25th, 2011 at 12:04 pm 90

    I am 17 and in need of a job

  • jampa February 2nd, 2011 at 3:37 pm 91

    i am still 16 year old i need job now

  • Nikki February 2nd, 2011 at 6:00 pm 92

    im 14 and i Already Had a Job , You guys need to Join the Summer youth employment Center , Look it up . i worked in a Garden , & in a office . its Great , Got paid $3OO every two weeks . Try it 🙂

  • Ali February 7th, 2011 at 2:07 am 93

    @ Geo you are brilliant
    I was only on here because I was looking forlaws about 16 year olds going to college full time and this popped up. I am looking for a job though and this was supper helpful.
    Finally, to those of you who spell like the six year old I babysit, If you fill out an application like that you’re not going to get a job, and if you talk like that at an interview people will think you are stupid. I am sure that is not the case. Just start filling out applications and you’ll find something.

  • zanthe leday February 7th, 2011 at 9:28 pm 94

    im 17 years old in high school and i do well in classes. every day i go home with no homework bc i work fast. i really need a job but dont know where to look

  • aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarg February 9th, 2011 at 2:51 pm 95

    looking for a job…any suggestions???

  • hamid hussain February 10th, 2011 at 2:09 am 96

    hello !!! i am a 17 year old
    plz help me iam in a big terrible help me to find a job i really need money for my school & other Things and i don’t know what to do i need your help
    i want when i came from school go to work i really want a job whatever any kind i will work !!!
    If u can help me plz

  • Felix February 11th, 2011 at 9:36 am 97

    There is not anything you can walk to? does your town have any kind of bus system? It seems to me if you really wanted to earn money , take what u can get. If you don’t have work experience when you are applying , put down any volunteer work or hobbies, school activities etc. Everybody has to start somewhere entry level jobs provide training so it’s all good.

  • Karleen February 16th, 2011 at 7:34 pm 98

    I’m 16 and a junior in high school. I really need a part-time job but have no experience so please help

  • Sherry February 19th, 2011 at 3:01 pm 99

    ask ur counselours if derez a club or w/e in skool dat u can help work in.
    my skool had this club that sets up lights and sounds on stage or other events and get paid after a few months of training. If you learn quick through training, then u can start working early =] i hope this helps yall <3

  • johnny boyy February 20th, 2011 at 6:48 pm 100

    actually you can work under the age of 16 such as ice cream shops sonic hires 15 year olds you can be a model for aeropostale likke me theres alot of options for kids under 16! you just might not get paid the legal minimum wage!!!!!

  • gabrial February 20th, 2011 at 11:00 pm 101

    Would writing and publishing a story count? I am turning 14 , live in Australia, in High School and writing anovel.

  • money for honey February 23rd, 2011 at 2:41 pm 102

    xD…everytime a smart person says the obvious “you wont get a job by asking for one on this website” the very next post says “i am __ years old and i need a job”……..

    the ignorance is truly amazing

  • tytysiegfried February 26th, 2011 at 11:07 am 103

    Kristy, comment number 12, listen here, u do not need to be 16, because i was 15 and had a job perfectly, so i dont know what u r smoking but u do not HAVE to be 16

  • Jobseeker February 27th, 2011 at 7:02 pm 104

    JOBANCY (www.jobancy.com) is a website that specializes only in part-time jobs (starting out in California). It might be worth taking a look at. Make sure to check your state laws for employment laws and age requirements.

  • Steve March 6th, 2011 at 10:33 pm 105

    im 16 in the state of new hampshire, i talked to my counselour and got on the GED options program. now im 16 and working fulltime at a construction company making $12 an hour. it’s been great for me, but you shouldnt have to worry about having a fulltime job at 16, just try being a kid while you can and pull the best out of your life.

  • kimbo March 8th, 2011 at 12:50 pm 106

    hey i am 14 and i have two jobs

  • bootycrack11 March 8th, 2011 at 1:18 pm 107

    i need a job, im 15, wat is a good place to work

  • yesenia March 14th, 2011 at 10:39 am 108

    i am 15 year old and i wanna a job but i dont speak alot english just spanish but i wanna work now please help me find a job

  • krystal March 17th, 2011 at 11:49 pm 109

    im 18. 80 some more days till im homeless i cant find a job anywhere. i have disabilities that make work near impossible. a program at school was suposed to help me but either they cant find anythin either or they lied to me. i dont know wat to do. i cant even drive!

  • Eilynn Feliciano May 2nd, 2011 at 7:09 am 110

    Hey guys:) Don’t be 2 sad… I found out that their are Jobs Online like translators or adding subtitles to movies:)… It’s just simple.. WORK AT HOME:)

  • Irene Gastelum May 3rd, 2011 at 10:34 pm 111

    Can you give more information about the translating job? or others that sound good to you please? thanks.

  • Maggie Rivera May 8th, 2011 at 11:26 pm 112

    I’m a 17 year old teen mother and expecting my 2nd child, in need of a job. What’s a good place to work? I do well i school, I just don’t know where to start looking for a job at…

  • marco May 15th, 2011 at 4:44 am 113

    Okay, to all of the retards out there, you can get a job under 16. In some states, such as Hawaii, the minimum age requirement is 14. Some states can be 16, but I don’t know other states.

    Just to clear the fog here.

  • Lola May 17th, 2011 at 11:34 pm 114

    I am 14 yrs old and i think that getting a job is crucial. So imma going to diss those ppls who think that jobs are too old for us because it isn’t.

  • Tiffany May 19th, 2011 at 9:06 am 115

    Learn to speak English first of all.

  • herba203 May 22nd, 2011 at 5:30 pm 116

    ok Mommatam,number 52, i get what you mean when it comes to school being most important. But im 15 and have to help my girlfriend look for an apartment and buy a car and care for our 1 year old boy, so if you just think our parents are just going to throw us all the money we need you are so wrong. shit i would be happy with a part time job or having to work my ass off in labor but no matter how hard i am still going to finish school and get my diploma.

  • Breana May 23rd, 2011 at 2:45 pm 117

    Well honestly yes we do need jobs as teenagers because in a way it can help us stay out of trouble! But thats just me!

  • marie June 5th, 2011 at 12:36 pm 118

    My 17 yr.old daughter has been working since she was 15. At 15 it is hard for you to get a job. Look at banquet centers and become a server. For those of you who are older look into nursing homes, it may not be a dream job but it is a job. And remember when you do start work if u are under 18 yrs. old your employer is NOT allowed to take local taxes out of your pay.

  • ZaRiyah June 29th, 2011 at 3:28 pm 119

    I am 14 years old and I am going to put ads in the newspaper for a babysitter job. To all the Pre- teens/ Teens out there that need a job,



    I want to do babysitting because i like the laughs of little kids and the joy that they would bring you.

  • ZaRiyah June 29th, 2011 at 3:39 pm 120

    First of all, Ms. Kaitlin or Ms. NO LIFE people do care because when they get older, it shows on their Resume’ or their college transcript for them to have a very good job.

    Now when you said,”No one cares,” that’s what you think… Let everyone have a FREAKIN’ CHANCE TO SAY WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY, IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT I MEANT, THAT MEANS, AN OPINION…


  • binay raj rai July 1st, 2011 at 1:54 pm 121

    im a 17 years boy of nepalese and want to do job but i have not got any job so what i musu to do and i have not passsed gcse level but when i came to uk i found tha evey people must have gsce level but i have not that so can i join in school in uk

  • rose July 6th, 2011 at 2:26 am 122

    i am 18 years old..has been working since im 16 years old..


  • Catlin H. July 21st, 2011 at 3:44 pm 123

    I’m an 18 year old young woman, I have only had baby sitting and pet watching jobs, I still am in high school, and my mother has screwed me over on everyone of my legal documents. I don’t even know what my Social card looks like let alone the number on it!? But I really need a job cause money in my house hold is getting very tight. Does anyone know of anything that I can do?
    (note I live in the middle of nowhere in IN, you can’t find the road i live on with google maps… -_-)

  • rheana, A August 21st, 2011 at 8:26 pm 124

    im 15, ive worked for the city of sacramento, sierra health foundation, and babysitting… but my summer employment with the city has sadly just ended and im going to be doing homeschool since the only high schoo; in my area is below average… so i need a job immediately so i can get out of this city and start saving for collage

  • Barry Robinson September 21st, 2011 at 8:02 pm 125

    Wow an 11 year old that wants work? You don’t see that every day, I’m 19, 20 in a month or so and I gotta say if you don’t have a car nor go to college you don’t need a job. I do security work and it ain’t easy.

  • Melanie October 1st, 2011 at 3:22 pm 126

    I am 15 and have been babysitting regularly for the past year, with two weekly after school jobs and usually at least 2 weekend jobs or more each week. I am certified for Red Cross CPR all ages and babysitting, and make $3000-$5000 a year. If you love kids, this is a really easy job. good luck!

  • vicky October 4th, 2011 at 4:13 pm 127

    I am 16 about to turn 17 i have done babysitting jobs but they just dont last. At my age it is time to look and see where i am going in life and what do i want to do. Having a job is not easy at times but it is something we all have to deal with because it is life…. Finding jobs are not easy when you are two different sides of town but sometimes to get somewhere in life you have to do what is nessesry to get anywhere now days.

  • Corey October 11th, 2011 at 12:41 am 128

    I’m 17, been mowing lawns and doing landscape work since I was 12. Somebody above said that mowing lawns doesn’t cut it? They would be wrong. Landscaping is VERY HARD and tiring work and isn’t for everyone that is for sure (it will make a man of you). But if you can push a lawnmower and hold a string trimmer that’s the only real requirements you need. Obviously it helps if you know how to do your job well and deal with finances and customers. If you get into more complex tasks, such as masonry I recommend that you put in hours as an apprentice and practice your skills before you go out and try it on a customers house. Oh yeah, and to all of you who say this is “Mexican work” I’m blond hair, blue eyed and do my job better than %99 of the Hispanics in my area. So don’t dis the guy pushing the lawnmower, at least he has a job, unlike you. Go out and make money and stop waiting for someone to hire you.

  • Kyle October 17th, 2011 at 6:51 pm 129


  • jyoti kumari prasad November 22nd, 2011 at 12:33 am 130

    hi I am 18years oil i need a banking job now pls help me

  • Leah November 23rd, 2011 at 7:00 pm 131

    All I have to say to you all is, “wow.” I’m actually pretty unimpressed with the reasons most of you think you “need a job”

    Hah, do you really need a car or a phone? My rents pay for my phone, sure, but I don’t feel the need to have a car, to be honest.

    The real reason I want a job is so that I can pay to rent or maybe even buy a bassoon and learn it, and I’m hoping that I can get scholarships for music- I already play Tenor Sax, Clarinet, and Some guitar and oboe (of which is being fixed!) but for quite a few months now, I’ve wanted to play bassoon, and I hope to fulfill that dream!

    dude, i’m 15 and now I’m really seeing the reason that our generation is so underappreciated when it comes to jobs.

    oh yeah, at your next job interview, when they ask you why you think you want or need that job, hah, at least i’ll have something reasonable to say.

    Music Major, here I come(:

  • Ebony R. November 27th, 2011 at 12:47 am 132


  • hassan assi December 6th, 2011 at 9:35 am 133

    i have also good information in IT and im taking courses in fixing mobiles and computers.

  • hassan assi December 6th, 2011 at 9:38 am 134


  • Ari December 11th, 2011 at 5:12 pm 135

    I am 16 years old and really need a job. I’ve applied to many online but haven’t had any luck. I need help ASAP.

  • awi December 19th, 2011 at 4:55 am 136

    my age is 15 and i want a job in u.s and im good in copter software and mobile phone operating systems are my passion

  • Aidam January 3rd, 2012 at 12:39 pm 137

    I am 16 years old, and after applying for several jobs online, I found that I haven’t had any luck. If anyone can help me find a job anywhere in the Elgin illinois area, it would help me out greatly, I am a hard worker and I really would take any position offered.

  • Kay B. January 6th, 2012 at 12:42 pm 138

    The yard work suggestions do not work where I live. Maybe back in the 1960’s or 1970’s people hired teens to do their yard work. No more. Now they hire the illegal immigrants for next to nothing. The economy sucks.

  • Alyssa January 8th, 2012 at 6:03 pm 139

    Hello I’m Alyssa I live in Charlotte mi and I need a part time job im a cheerleader but really need a job to work on my independent living any job works!! Thanks

  • Chris January 9th, 2012 at 2:47 pm 140

    I have a question. My girlfriend is 18 but still in High School. Is she bound by the same labor laws as a minor in what hours she can work?

  • stell January 24th, 2012 at 10:51 pm 141

    im 14 i been searching for months but havnt find an afterschool job any stores or jobs that might take me

  • Nicholas Wagnitz January 29th, 2012 at 1:22 pm 142

    I really reall really need to get a job im 17 and have a vehicle.I’m just finishing up wrestling season and in order for me to save for college i need a job like now. thanks!!

  • georgina January 31st, 2012 at 8:03 pm 143

    im 18 no dad in the picture, no real mom, grandma is a torment and kicked out! how do you find a job and still graduate high school. i mean i made it this far and i want to go to college but things get in my way. what do i do? where can i get hired that will work around school and also give me time off for school work?

  • Tiffany February 1st, 2012 at 10:17 am 144

    I am a 16 year old looking for a part time job

  • maria.contreras February 1st, 2012 at 10:54 pm 145

    hi im 14 yrs old and im looking for a job so i can help my mom with the rent because sometimes we don’t even have money for the food or rent.

  • Daisy Zhao February 5th, 2012 at 3:20 am 146

    Hello! I am currently 16 years old and the reason I need a job is so I can start saving for college, since I doubt I will have a chance at scholarships or get much money from the government since I have 3 older brothers, all of which have student loans. I have been looking for a job for about 1 year. You might think I’m young, but I was just born late.. I have one more year before I’m off to college. Please and thank you.

  • rahul February 7th, 2012 at 9:15 am 147

    best part time

  • Tania February 11th, 2012 at 1:12 pm 148

    I am 17 very smart fast learner andd I just really need a job to start of collge riqht help me

  • Samantha Rose February 14th, 2012 at 2:37 pm 149

    I am currently 17 years old in need of a part time job. However, I am interning at a Veterinary Clinic so I have experience in working with animals as well as clients.

  • Abigail Noria February 15th, 2012 at 12:44 pm 150

    am 16 years old am in high school and i need a job

  • Dave February 17th, 2012 at 4:04 pm 151

    I am 47 and have a job. Its an engineering job. Because when I was in high school, I decided about my junior year or so that in order to support myself and my future family, I needed to get a college degree…. I was not that great of a student in high school. Frankly I couldnt see myself going to college when I started high school. but by the time I graduated high school, I had a goal set to get a 2 yr degree. That was the stepping stone to 4 yr degree later on. I want to encourage ALL of you readers here to never give up on starting a college degree program. You CAN do it no matter how unprepared or lost you feel. There are pre-college classes you can take get you started. Remember a journey of a thousand miles started at mile zero…..and your reward will come when you FINISH your degree. So get busy. Go to a college admission office and see how you can get started.

  • Abineet February 18th, 2012 at 3:17 pm 152

    Hey, I’m currently 16, and i’m looking for a summer internship or a job, Preferably in India, But abroad can also be an option. I want to do it for the experience and also to save for college. Academics are great, so are my extra-curriculars. Preferably, a science related job, though. Thanks.

  • Colleen March 1st, 2012 at 5:37 pm 153

    I am 17 and graduated after my first semester of my senior year (december2011) and have been looking for a job ever since, with absolutely no luck. I do have some experience but no one will even give me a chance… any help? A part-time job if fine but I’m looking for full-time employment. if anything is available i would love to know about it. Thanks

  • Clinton sagini March 6th, 2012 at 10:10 am 154

    I am currently 15 years old and the reason I need a job is so I can start saving for college for no one is sure if he/she will get scholarships.I need a job ecspecially around Durham,NC.I have one more year before I’m off to college.I’m looking foward to a favourable reply.Thank you

  • Bryan mazon March 6th, 2012 at 6:00 pm 155

    I’m a 15 year old student looking for a job to help out my family I NEED A JOB BAD am only 15 but I work hard and am pretty big dood for my age

  • danielle starkey March 13th, 2012 at 9:43 pm 156

    Hahah you guys sound so dumb writing about how you need jobs.employers don’t look here and most of you are under 16 so shut up,you’re not legally able to hold a real job.quit complaining,we get it. Were in a recession.everyone needs jobs.

  • chakitta March 22nd, 2012 at 8:48 pm 157

    i am 14 and i seriously need a job. in like fashion i want to help syle the models or write columns for a fashion magazine

  • glazel may March 26th, 2012 at 1:54 am 158

    i am 18 in may 11 i need a job because i need to help my parent i m second year high school its okay if maid work.

  • sy March 27th, 2012 at 12:27 am 159

    im 17 and im trying to get out on my own and on my two feet . me and my friend is saving up alot of money and we’re planning on moving togather ,my mom is willing to emanstipate me. i have my own car my own money im about to graduate soon and my birthday is all the way in october i cant wait tha long but i need help with getting a job can any of you guys give me advice

  • sy March 27th, 2012 at 12:28 am 160

    *emancipate, correction check sorry 🙂

  • anGel April 2nd, 2012 at 9:38 am 161

    Im 16 year’s oLd .
    gRaduating fOr 4th year hIghschool .
    i need a pating job for my sElf and to my family and to my study for college pLease HELP me .

  • esteban April 12th, 2012 at 10:59 am 162

    I’m 14 years old ,I do need a job to help my self to buy what I want

  • Mercedes Berrum April 18th, 2012 at 2:25 am 163

    i’m 16 years old and i am trying to find a job as soon as possible im a very responsible person and really looking forward to getting a job soon. Around the area of North Hills CA .

  • destiny April 18th, 2012 at 7:34 pm 164

    Hi im 15 years old and im trying to find a job but its just so difficult finding a job I looked everywhere and I cant find anything can anyone help me please!!! I will be truely thankful 🙂

  • alex April 21st, 2012 at 11:09 am 165

    To those who are making comments that involve babysitting or mowing the lawn, there is no way that you can actually get money for doing that these days. Also, not all parents pay their children to do chores because they’re poor that’s the reason why most of us are even bothering to look for jobs in the first place. So please don’t tell someone to go mow a lawn when they’re just trying to buy the things they want while their parents are struggling to pay for their needs. Everyone has the right to want something.

  • arezana April 23rd, 2012 at 7:33 pm 166

    I’m 14 and I want a job so I want have to depend on anyone else to give me money and don’t have to depend on waiting on someone to give me money!

  • Al cook April 24th, 2012 at 10:24 pm 167

    I ready for my son too become independent like i did when i was young. So please help me

  • Kahriman Beharovic April 28th, 2012 at 4:06 pm 168

    Hello, I am 22 years of age, currently homeless with no job in a family of 4 (mother,father,brother, and myself.) We have moved in with my aunt to try saving up money to get out on our own, but we havent had the best of luck. I have an associates in business and looking to continue with school, but we have moved 60+ miles away from my previous home, so I couldn’t pursue it any longer. I have student loans to pay and Financial Aid needs to be payed back soon. If there is anything anyone can do for me, please E-mail me. I’m great with people, I’m very analytical, punctual, interpersonal, great with typing, open-minded, expressive, patient, understanding, able to multi-task. Thank you and good luck to the most of you out there looking for work and help! 😀

  • meme May 23rd, 2012 at 1:47 pm 169

    I am 18 years old and just graduated high school. I really want and need a job but I don’t have any job experience….can anyone tell me a job that will hire me and will be a good start for my employment???

  • patricia bingham May 23rd, 2012 at 8:23 pm 170

    hey im 18 year old female, looking for a part time job. i dont have experience but i’ve baby sat alot. im certified in first aid and i love working with kids like at daycare and etc

  • Jerome Blackwell May 24th, 2012 at 9:40 pm 171

    Hello Im 18 years old I have no problem with getting things done at college but I neef a scholarship now

  • Catherine May 28th, 2012 at 1:07 am 172

    The way some of you guys spell and write it’s no wonder you don’t have a job. If you really want somebody to take you seriously, improve your literacy skills. I’m only fourteen and I’m seriously disgusted by some of your spelling. Nobody wants to hire a person how can’t write, spell, and read well.

  • Autumn Johnson – Williams June 1st, 2012 at 7:02 pm 173

    I really need a job. i mean who doesnt now a days, right? Well, Im 14 years old and I need to help my family. Times are harder then ever now, and finding a good job in Baltimore,Maryland isnt easy! Please hire me!

  • ma.krisna June 7th, 2012 at 9:56 pm 174

    im 15 years old im a highschool student and im looking forward to have a job which going to fit to my free time,im totally responsible,honest and hard working.

  • Jully June 8th, 2012 at 9:18 am 175

    I am 22 years of age, currently homeless with no job in a family of 4 (mother,father,brother, and myself.) We have moved in with my aunt to try saving up money to get out on our own, but we havent had the best of luck.

  • carlee drew June 9th, 2012 at 6:33 pm 176

    i would like to find a part time job in either the music or television industry. could you help me? … it’s hd trying to find those kind of jobs in michigan, especially for a high schooler.

  • Ashlee ryals June 24th, 2012 at 2:55 am 177

    Hi my name is ashlee i’m 16 years old and I need a job asap… I would like to get paid for it. I love playing volleyball any thing is fine with me. I’m still in high school and i’m looking for a job I hate asking my mom for money I want to make my own… Please help me

  • christina June 25th, 2012 at 6:00 am 178

    I am 15 years old, I want to find a job, for me to get more experience. But I not very good at communication.I will try my best! help! Thanks.

  • lay dian June 29th, 2012 at 1:39 am 179

    i’m 16 years old. i realy need a jobto help my family.

  • Jonas Mijares July 4th, 2012 at 9:22 pm 180

    How can I apply ?

  • vedjyna s. July 9th, 2012 at 5:25 pm 181

    hello im 16 soon to be 17 im looking for a job because i wana start saving some money for college, im a senior

  • Briana July 10th, 2012 at 8:57 pm 182

    Im 14yearS oLD AND I Want a job i want to be a babysitter or a hair sytle i love doing hair and i love playing with kids

  • Briana July 10th, 2012 at 9:01 pm 183

    Im 14 years old and i want a job i want to babysitt or i want to be a hair stylist i love doing hair and playing with baby’s

  • McGill July 11th, 2012 at 10:18 am 184

    I have two brothers. One is 15 and has been mowing a doctors lawn for 1 or 2 years now, and he gets pretty decently paid. My other brother is 16 and works for a catering business. He gets paid about 7 or 8 dollars an hour for in-store work, and 11-15 dollars for catering gigs. Another great job is baby sitting (that is what I do) and I get paid pretty well for that. The little children at my church adore me, so I babysit them, and then their parents spread the word to their friends who have little children.

  • Bigdaddycool July 12th, 2012 at 1:59 am 185

    About 5 years ago when I was 11 my friends and I started a mowing company and have kept it up and now we have at least 16 customers and extra side jobs. We get bank too

  • Mohammad Bilal July 13th, 2012 at 11:44 pm 186

    I’m 17 years old I really need a job to buy what I want and I’m very responsible person thank you.

  • Fred July 16th, 2012 at 11:51 pm 187

    Hello I am 18 and stuck living with my parent however he seriously wants me out I have animals I need to take care of and no one will hire me and I been searching since I was 16 and no one wants me. What do I do I cant get a job I have signed up for programs and they did nothing to help me which pissed me off as they took over a year and siad “we sorry we did not have you registered yet”. They found alot of my freinds work but not me and most my freinds already have work becuase of family members. I do not know what to do I need a job.

  • Kelsey July 20th, 2012 at 12:14 am 188

    I’m 16 & I would love to be helped with finding a job!
    It’s soooo difficult!
    It would help SOOOOO much.

  • Alexandra Acosta July 28th, 2012 at 3:52 pm 189

    I’m 17 and i really want a part-time job!

  • Terry July 30th, 2012 at 9:17 pm 190

    I am on the verge of being homeless if I don’t find a job by Wednesday or before. I am also in high school and feel like that is why I am not being hired. Can some one please help me?

  • Rachel August 4th, 2012 at 6:59 pm 191

    Hello, my name is Rachel, I’m 17 years old and I enjoy working with kids. I already have a weekend job all year round however, I’m looking for another source of income during the summer before it’s too late to get a week-day job (when school starts). A week-day summer job would be preferred due to the fact that I’m keeping my original job as a primary job. I consider that my primary job because it’s during the weekends, so during school it’s not a hassle to complete my homework in time. A temporary weekday job would best fit my schedule and because of that I’d be reliable to have as an employee. Only during the summer, from Monday-Thursday I can work a week-day job. The reason why I’m searching for another job is because even though I enjoy hosting little kid’s birthday parties with 2 other qualified hosts, party bookings have slimmed down due to summer, which is understandable. Another reason why I need another source of income is because since I’m growing to be more independent, I’m saving up for a car that can get me from point A to point B without breaking down. I can’t rely on my parents to be responsible for being there when I need a ride, anymore. My twin brother and I don’t have enough money even combined to get a car that functions properly. The only car I know how to drive is an automatic because I have my license already. My mom owns that automatic car which is always gone from 5am to 8pm during the week. My dad is going to be employed in a couple of weeks and since he’s been studying for his future job all the time, he rarely has time to be a father, do personal things and then teach his daughter how to drive his stick shift. Once he gets the job, he’s not stable enough to put money towards even one car for my brother and I to share until 4 months have gone by, when his job considers him stable and they give him a raise. Getting a car for his teen kids is not the first thing on my father’s mind when it comes to getting this new job. The bills have to get caught up with since only my mother has been working. My dad said he would sell the stick shift but only if the new job is the type of job that gives him a company’s van. They won’t give him anything related to the company as his own until they know he’s stable at that job. So he won’t be able to sell the car and split the money he gets for it, in half for my brother and I to get a car each until those four months pass. Getting a car would make it so much easier to drive anywhere i need to when I don’t have someone to bring me there. I’m open to any retail stores that need an employee, or any kind of waitress or hostess would be lovely. Jobs near Edison, 20 minutes driving distance away from Rt.1 near Skylark and Edison High School? Thank you very much for reading 🙂

  • Alexander Sigstad August 5th, 2012 at 8:56 pm 192

    I am 16 years old and live in St. Paul MN,Sun Ray area. I really need a job, same as everyone else. If anyone knows of a part-time job around here that would hire me, please let me know. Thank you.

  • laura August 6th, 2012 at 12:48 pm 193

    im a 16 yearold student and i need a part time job near the glen n south area

  • DEZIRE MALAYSIA CREWS August 12th, 2012 at 11:17 pm 194


  • jejuan ellison August 26th, 2012 at 5:22 pm 195

    to the people who foolishly say high school students dont need jobs(reading your comments) you have to realize that not everyones life was ice cream and cake at 14-15 years old maybe they need jobs because their parents just arent being parents or other circumstances im 18 by the way.

  • Reggie Anne Castillo August 27th, 2012 at 5:20 am 196

    Hello , Im 15 Years Old And Im 3rd Year High School Student. And i want too have a job because of finacial problem.Im older too my two brother and sister and my mother have no job now because of my younger sister. im have problem too my project and food too eat in school also in our house. im sincerly ask too help me and find me a job so i can support my needs in school and also in my house. Thak you AND GOD MY ALL BLESS US. And iwait for your reply

  • keisha September 14th, 2012 at 1:14 pm 197

    hey my name is kisha i am 17 and i am loooking for a job that pay good money and where i can work after school hours

  • Fel October 20th, 2012 at 1:56 pm 198

    Why is it so hard to get a freakin job or paid internship? Sheesh..not giving up till i find one.

  • sinead November 7th, 2012 at 5:10 pm 199

    hello my name is sinead kelly i am 16 and looking for a afterschool job and i am olaso willing to work weekends

  • swapnil November 21st, 2012 at 1:37 pm 200

    I am swapnil from valsad(gujarat) and I am in need of a job. I am 16 years old but I am financially not stable so really in need of it.I don’t need much salary,I only want that salary which can fullfill my studies expenditures. So plz have a look on it and e-mail me as mentioned above.

  • Tiara HIll December 2nd, 2012 at 3:20 pm 201

    I am 15 years old and in need of a job. I’m a fast learner and have good people skills. I am very respect to everyone one and have low tolerance for rudeness.I am curtly in school I am a 10th grader. My grades are good and I am on the B honor roll. I’m looking for a part time job because i want to help my mother pay bills and save up for a car.

  • oscar December 5th, 2012 at 1:31 pm 202

    i need a job

  • oscar December 5th, 2012 at 1:32 pm 203

    i am fifteen years old and need a job

  • Khan December 13th, 2012 at 11:08 pm 204

    Hi, my name is khan, and I need a job in summer 2013, if you have please sent me message…

  • Malles December 28th, 2012 at 12:39 am 205

    @Dave comment#151
    Maybe we’re just trying to save some money before we got to college. Maybe we’re not getting supported by our mother or father. And what are you commenting and taunting people who honestly want a job? Do we care you are an engineer? Honestly.. geebus.

  • Taylor January 17th, 2013 at 2:08 pm 206

    Am 14 almost 15 need a part time job so I can pay for my own Internet and computer along with saving for a car
    I live in Vancouver WA

  • Moctar Saidynaly January 19th, 2013 at 2:31 pm 207

    I’m 16 years old and i really need a job. i have a lot of experiences

  • ruby nowling January 19th, 2013 at 10:04 pm 208

    i am 17 and keep geting told i need a job to pay for my own stuff. if anyone knows where i can get a job let me know

  • Roxana January 21st, 2013 at 10:46 pm 209

    Hello I’m Roxana . I am 16 years old . I am looking for a Job In Los Angeles, CA . I want a part time job . i really want to earn my own money .

  • Abegail Ramgadoo January 22nd, 2013 at 3:21 pm 210

    Hi my name is Abegail.I am 15 and i need a job. I love to take care of kids.I can kids with there homework. Working and school might be hard but i need to be independent and help my mom with bills.I need to be able to buy things for my self. Please get back to me if you need help.

  • Amber Meyer-Vitto January 24th, 2013 at 9:37 pm 211

    I am a 15 year old Sophomore at the Public Safety Academy High School. I am looking for a job of the hours from 3:30-8:30 Monday-Friday and flexible hours on the weekend in the area of 92407 preferably!!!

  • Ekramul Patwary March 17th, 2013 at 5:00 pm 212

    I’m a 16 years old student.

  • caroline March 21st, 2013 at 12:11 pm 213

    why the hell are people asking for jobs on this site????

  • hiral April 1st, 2013 at 4:07 am 214

    i really need a job i m 16 years old
    i want to pay my fees

  • Igor April 1st, 2013 at 10:53 pm 215

    High School student who is seeking for a part time job.
    I am Male, 17 years of age, living in Transcona area.
    If you got something for me i’ll be very glad to hear from you.
    Thank you

  • Amanda April 3rd, 2013 at 8:13 am 216

    I am 25, so my high school jobs were a few years ago. But I do have some advice for those of you looking for work.
    1. Volunteer, volunteer, volunteer. It’s good for your community and gives you some sort of experience to talk about on your resume.
    2. Get someone to help you with your resume. If you have a sibling/cousin/aunt/uncle/etc who is in university/college for a program where they are required to do multiple work placements or internships, ask that person for their help. They have to update their resume so much during school, so have likely become a bit of a resume-writing wizard.
    3. Apply for jobs. If you want to work in a bookstore in a certain area, go to bookstores in that area and drop off your resume. If your main goal is making money, apply anywhere and everywhere. This article lists some of the most common jobs for high school students. Look (yes, you have to go out and look for them) for these types of companies and fill out an application, attach your resume, and repeat with 50 other places. Eventually someplace will want to hire you.

  • Amanda April 3rd, 2013 at 8:30 am 217

    Just to add: when I was 16, I worked 2 summer jobs (camp counsellor and housekeeper at a hotel on weekends) and had a complete breakdown the weekend before school started because I had spent every single day of the summer break working. After some convincing from my parents, I called in sick so that I could have a day off to do laundry and get stuff ready for the first day of school.
    So yeah… Don’t overdo it on the working hours. You don’t get summers off in “the real world”, so enjoy them while you have them! I miss summer vacation! 🙂

  • beth April 5th, 2013 at 3:23 pm 218

    im am almost 16 i will be 16 in like 11 days and i really need a job can yuo plz help me find a job im looking for a baby sitting job. i would like to babysit kids from the age of (0-1m) (6-11m) and (1-10yrs old)

  • Ariel April 9th, 2013 at 2:00 pm 219

    I’m currently 15 I will be 16 next month I want a job, but most won’t hire teens that are only 15 should I still fill out applications? Then put my birthday as the day I could start?

  • Dequantae Cox April 15th, 2013 at 5:55 pm 220

    Hi my name is dequantae i’m 16 year’s old and i’m looking for a job that not really much but to keep my out of trouble. Thank you and god bless you, please give me a feedback

  • toniann jones April 20th, 2013 at 7:57 pm 221

    hey my name is toniann and i’m almost 16 and i am looking for a job that pay good money and where i can work after school

  • Lisa April 25th, 2013 at 11:05 am 222

    I am15 years old and I am looking for a part time job preferable after school and every other weekend.

  • LilRocker April 30th, 2013 at 9:01 am 223

    Im only a 14 year old girl.. But I want an experience and I im getting damn bored in my vacatiob!!! >___<

  • ZayTheDon May 5th, 2013 at 7:27 pm 224

    Look , cuttihg grass & Baby sitting doesn’t do it for me. Second , ITS HARD FINDING A JOB … & you ASSHOLES commenting “Stay in school & go to college ” Dont realize there a BUNCHES of college grads who STILL DONT HAVE A JOB . Im tired of hearing the same bullshit…

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