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Jobs for 15 year olds?
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Posted 11/24/12

Galiko wrote:


Pomff wrote:

Sell drugs, it worked for me when I was your age.


That just dumb way to make money. Be serious he want a real job.


There we go, nice and tidy.

The only illegal activities i'll ever seriously recommend to someone are internet piracy in certain cases and sodomy.

As was mentioned earlier in the thread there aren't exactly a ton of jobs that will hire a 15 year old. I certainly couldn't find anything beyond the occasional odd job or under the table gig when I was his age. The only advice I can give is apply everywhere (go to every business in your area and ask if they're hiring). That's how I got my first real job at 16.
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Posted 11/24/12

Galiko wrote:


Shrapnel893 wrote:


Galiko wrote:


Shrapnel893 wrote:


Galiko wrote:


Shrapnel893 wrote:


Pomff wrote:

Sell drugs, it worked for me when I was your age.


Do what this nice lady tells you and you'll succeed in life.

That just dumb way to make money. Be serious he want a real job.



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I didn't judged you I meant the other one sorry



It's no problem, I was speaking on both of our behalves. I'm pretty sure Pomff isn't the type of person to seriously mean what she says. Not saying she didn't do what she did or does or that she isn't serious in everything she says, but I'm sure it's just all in good spirit. From a certain standpoint selling drugs isn't a total throw away option. You'd be surprised how many kids sell weed and crack to each other not only to get easy money but also to get a substance for their growing addiction because chances are the kids selling it do it too.


I apologise to both of you. But I'm taking that seriously cause I lost a friend that was a drug dealer...



Then he shouldn't have gotten in over his head. No offense, it's just life.

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Not to many options for 15yr. olds. I worked at Denny's as a host/ bus-boy when I was seventeen in highschool. Work was intense, but it supported all of my bad habits and I still managed to save enough money for my car when I turned eighteen.
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Posted 11/24/12

Shrapnel893 wrote:


Galiko wrote:


Shrapnel893 wrote:


Galiko wrote:


Shrapnel893 wrote:


Galiko wrote:


Shrapnel893 wrote:


Pomff wrote:

Sell drugs, it worked for me when I was your age.


Do what this nice lady tells you and you'll succeed in life.

That just dumb way to make money. Be serious he want a real job.



[/sarcasm]

I didn't judged you I meant the other one sorry



It's no problem, I was speaking on both of our behalves. I'm pretty sure Pomff isn't the type of person to seriously mean what she says. Not saying she didn't do what she did or does or that she isn't serious in everything she says, but I'm sure it's just all in good spirit. From a certain standpoint selling drugs isn't a total throw away option. You'd be surprised how many kids sell weed and crack to each other not only to get easy money but also to get a substance for their growing addiction because chances are the kids selling it do it too.


I apologise to both of you. But I'm taking that seriously cause I lost a friend that was a drug dealer...



Then he shouldn't have gotten in over his head. No offense, it's just life.


sometimes you cant help getting "in over your head" things just happen things that you cant avoid of course he could have avoided selling drugs in the first place but i guess i sympathize with the other guy but the internet is no place to discuss such matters the internet is to troll people :D
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I worked at a furniture factory at 15. 16 I found out about the internet and then worked in advertising online porn and getting a commission $400 a week back in the 90's. Though it wasn't very legal to be working for that industry at 16.
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Posted 11/24/12 , edited 11/24/12
When I use to work at a Benihana restaurant, I believe we had a 15 year old bus boy, so you can try that.

Or you can probably be a paper boy.
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Posted 11/24/12
buy a chainsaw and saw down trees for people.

dig septic tanks.

help neibours build houses and barns.

break horses.

build barwire and electric fences for horses.

dig trenches

chop firewood for 9 hours

build a snow break but it may take some skill.

build fish and animal traps.

load hay for farmers.

thats what all people you age did, thats what my dad said.
I only wish that was a joke.
People say i earned my mexican degree with honors.

Posted 11/24/12
cook, wash dishes, stock shelves, roof houses, hang drywall.. there is a lot of work out there for anyone if you look hard enough..
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Posted 11/24/12
Many schools around where I am from higher 14 year olds or above to clean up the classrooms after school. Perhaps they also do that in your area. I'd try that, if I were you. It's minimum wage, but it's money.
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mcdonald's
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Posted 11/24/12

GayAsianBoy wrote:

mcdonald's


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Posted 11/24/12 , edited 11/24/12
Push carts at a local hardware store. You go outside every day and push carts for 4-8 hours. best workout you'll get at a job at your age.

They hire at 15, but hours are very limited. can't work more than 20 hours a week, and required to take at least a 30 minute break during any shift longer than 6.5 hours long.

If you are in the midwest, there is a decent chain called menards that loves to hire those 15-16 year olds. Low labor costs and use them as filler. Lowes and Home Depot are a bit more structured into a corporation, kinda rigid.
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