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When You Are 13 Or Younger . . .
You can deliver newspapers.
You can work as a baby-sitter.
You can work as an actor or performer in motion pictures, television, theater or radio.
You can work in a business solely owned or operated by your parents.
You can work on a farm owned or operated by your parents.
When You Turn 14 . . .
You also can work in an:
office,
grocery store,
retail store,
restaurant,
movie theater,
baseball park,
amusement park, or
gasoline service station.

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ummmm if i were a adult (im 14 too) i would trust a 14 year old with my gas pump
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watever
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Babysitting

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go work at Market Basket-high pay!

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Chores.

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You can do yard work for neighbors, mow their lawns, you can babysit, clean peoples houses, do homework for other kids at school, make a yard sale, make a car wash with friends. :)

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Cool but I'm not doing other people's homework
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caddy

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Get a job at mcdonalds.

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Gross
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Right on rande!..just cause you need money doesn't mean you have to give up your cool.
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This young generation is getting worst by the second. What's better? Cool and broke or smart with cash? You two rocket scientist would say cool and broke!!!
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gardening, washing cars, cleaning pools, computer help to older people, washing dogs, cleaning out people's garages, and storage spaces, tutoring to younger kids. Go door to door and tell people you need money for some good reason, and ask if they have anything they need help with.

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Lol I like the last one
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Depends on how much experience you have in one single talent or talents

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I have a lot
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Go volunteer at a local library

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Ya sorry but everything that was named is ALL true sorry

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babysitting, mowing lawns, cleaning houses, walking dogs. go to some stores and they have flyers for help needed for teens that can help

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