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Part time jobs for teens

Youth is the most exciting time in person's life, and more so the teenage years, when one is most active and adventurous, as well as creative. Then why not have your teenager step out to work and earn some self-respect, self-confidence and self-esteem.

You have teenager at home, whiling his or her time away in front of the computer or the television screen? Well, then its time that they get a dressing down and sent out of the house in search of a part time job. The sad but true fact is that with television and the computer, there are potatoes being reared, rather than intelligent and active human beings. As a teenager you likely have:

  1. A fair amount of spare time
  2. A desire to earn money

What kind of part time jobs for teens are out there? This is a common type of question one generally asks… Here is a list of possibilities; it is a matter of making the most of the opportunities:

  • Attendants at theaters and multiplexes
  • Baby sitters
  • Copywriters and other creative staff at advertising agencies
  • Dog walking or vacation pet care
  • Freelance reporters for the varied media
  • Indoor house painting
  • Lawn or yard care
  • Part time teaching staff at coaching classes for school going children
  • Production staff for television and movies
  • Sales staff at boutiques
  • Sales staff at electronic showrooms
  • Sales staff at malls
  • Teaching older people how to use computers or the internet
  • Ticketing staff at theaters and multiplexes
  • Using a computer application
  • Waiters at fast food restaurants and cafes
  • Washing cars for neighbors
  • Web designers
  • Working as a bag boy at a supermarket
  • Working as a clerk in a store
  • Working at a fast-food restaurant

There are many more options… But one needs to move away from the couch first to find something productive and meaningful. What you get out of a job like this depends on your attitude. If your attitude is, "I hate this job," then obviously you will get nothing out of it.

If, on the other hand, you look at your job as an opportunity to learn how a business works from the inside out, then you can get a lot out of it. Many of the millionaires in this country, for example, are owners of franchise and private restaurants. Many of them learned how to run a restaurant by working in a restaurant.

If neither of these ideas appeals to you, then two other ideas are:

  1. Working in a small business in order to learn the business: Although it may not be obvious to you, any community has thousands of small businesses. They do all sorts of things: printing, plumbing, landscaping, construction, computer programming, and business promotion, advertising, health care and so on.

  2. Working in a volunteer position: Volunteer positions are another option. You can volunteer at many hospitals, senior citizen homes, and most any charitable organization or political group. You won't earn any money, but you can learn a lot and colleges are normally quite interested in charitable works.

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