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Are there any jobs in the houston area for 15 year old teenagers?

by tom44 on November 10, 2013

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Question by coolio: Are there any jobs in the houston area for 15 year old teenagers?
I am about to start my junior year in high school but I don’t turn 16 until december. However I would like to get a job to save some money for college and to add to my college application. I called many stores but they only hire teenagers of age 16 or older. Therefore I was wondering if anyone could inform me of any positions open for students ages 15 and older.

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3 thoughts on “Are there any jobs in the houston area for 15 year old teenagers?

  1. George M?Casland says:

    Not so long ago, when you went to the local burger joint, it was teenagers working behind the counter, and at the burger grill. Now it is adults as old as their 70s, as many have lost their retirement savings. Currently, there are six individuals for every job. Adults trying to support themselves, as well as families, are taking any job they can, especially those that come with medical benefits. In deciding what to do, the teen has to think outside the box. They need to think beyond that of working in a store, or a burger joint. A teen needs to think about what tasks that need to be done, but people hate doing, even teenagers.
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  2. unhappy_camper says:

    Get a permit because under 16 you’ll need it. Any where you go you’ll need it as state law requires it.

    Apply at fast food places because at your age you can’t afford to be picky if you need a job, and most of them will hire you on the spot.

  3. Momma Love says:

    Most adults are learning the hard way the problems for being out of, and finding, work. In the last five years, the economy has taken a major nosedive, worldwide. The only thing that has prevent us from going into a full blown depression, with banks closing their doors, are the changes in the laws and the social policies that have been put into place since the Great Depression some 80 years ago. With so many adults out of work, they are taking over jobs that were formerly done mostly by teenagers.

    Not so long ago, when you went to the local burger joint, it was teenagers working behind the counter, and at the burger grill. Now it is adults as old as their 70s, as many have lost their retirement savings. Currently, there are six individuals for every job. Adults trying to support themselves, as well as families, are taking any job they can, especially those that come with medical benefits.

    In deciding what to do, the teen has to think outside the box. They need to think beyond that of working in a store, or a burger joint. A teen needs to think about what tasks that need to be done, but people hate doing, even teenagers. Tasks so unpleasant people would be willing to pay anyone else to do. One such task, that any child growing up with a family dog, remembers well, is cleaning up the dog droppings in the back yard.

    In the last 10-20 years, a growing number of women are deciding to have dogs instead of children, or a man under foot. Middle income women in their 30s and up are buying up previously owned family homes, just for themselves and their pets. They liked their dogs, but they do not like the cleanup job, so they are willing to pay others to do it. As such, this is a growth market. Even people with children get tired of trying to get their kids to do it.

    All you need is a small garden rake, a handled dustpan, small plastic bags, and dog attractant.

    You don’t need a car to do this; everything can be carried on a bicycle, or a bike cart. Initially, you ask the pet owner to take the dogs into the house. You place a plastic bag over the opening of the dustpan, and then use the garden rake to scoop the droppings into it. You sprinkle a neutralizing agent in the areas where you are finding the droppings. Once finished, you close the plastic bag and put it into the pet owner’s outside trash reciprocal.

    After cleaning the yard, you select an area where you will put the dog attractant, then ask the pet owner to release the dogs.

    By using the attractant, then each time you return to clean the yard, you will not need to search around for the droppings. Once a month, you change the area of the yard where you place the attractant. You can clean a yard in 5-10 minutes and earn $ 3 to $ 5 for each cleaning. If you can get several yards of pet owners within a short walk from each other, you could earn up to $ 30 an hour.

    You will have the initial expense, so you may need to get a loan from your parents. You can create your own business card, and print them, using your computer. You could even print on magnetic material using your inkjet printer, so that your card will stick to a refrigerator.

    In this economy, you must be imaginative in finding ways to earn money. Think about the things you hate to do, and what others hate doing. Those are the things you could be paid to do.

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