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Question by Gwenneth: How old do you have to be to be able to work at Conway in Philadelphia?
I’m 14 years old, 15 in September and I wanna get a job somewhere so I wont have to mooch off my parents. Could I work at Conway?

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Answer by Michelle
\some Companies will employ you at 14, but I do not know about Conway, give them a call and as.
In case they do not have a look at the est of my answer.

Listed below are the jobs you can do at 14, the hours, you can work, along with other regulations
Ok firstly the law on the hours you can work during school time, and the hours you will be able to work during non school weeks.
Hours of Work:
Minors Age 14 and 15 – During school weeks:
No more than 18 hours per week
No more than 3 hours per day on school days
No more than 8 hours per day on Saturday or Sunday
No more than 6 consecutive days in a pay week
Not before 7 am or after 7 pm
Minors Age 14 and 15 – Non-school weeks:
No more than 40 hours per week
No more than 8 hours per day
No more than 6 consecutive days in a pay week
Not before 7 am or after 7 pm during school year
Not before 7 am or after 9 pm from the last day of school to Labor Day with written permission from a parent

Just one comment on the above, you need to ask at your school whether you will need a work permit.form from your school giving the schools permission for you to work. If they do, you need to fill out an online form, for a work permit, which will then be signed by your school.

This is the website for the work permit form.

It depends on the state, some states you do not need this some states you do. It’s worth checking.

Also most states do not allow a 15 year old to have a checkout job at a Supermarket, but any other job is fine.

Now the type of jobs you can legally do.

At 14 years of age you can do many jobs:

• Clerical and office jobs in industrial wholesale, retail, service, and professional establishments.
• Hotel jobs.
• Sales persons.
• Solicitors.
• Collectors
• Distributors.
• Demonstrators.
• Delivery jobs other than with a motor vehicle.
• Newspaper and magazine delivery over non-residential routes.
• Restaurant jobs.
• Soda fountain jobs.
• Mercantile store jobs.
• Supermarket and food store jobs.
• Amusement industry jobs.
• Standard office type machine operators.
• Standard domestic type machine operators.
• Hospital and health agency jobs.
• Library attendants.
• Professional assistants.
• Counsellors at camps, beach attendants, lifeguards, caddies, pinsetters.
• Domestic helpers, maids, cooks, cleaners, baby-sitters, janitors.
• Singers, models, entertainers, dancers, and theatrical work.
Fast food outlets.
Retail stores

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