Jobs For Kids

Jobs for Kids - 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Year Olds

Jobs for Kid

When looking for jobs for kids, you should also be researching about the Roth IRA:

kid roth ira handbook With the economy changes occurring in the Fall of 2008, allowances are being cut and more and more children are looking for employment. On December 15, 2008, Lisa W. Foderaro covered the issue in her New York Times article concerning Teenagers Feel the Crunch which shows how kids accross the nation are having to adjust to new economical situations.

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On thing Lisa Foderaro mentions in her article is that teens find they are competing with adults now looking for jobs. Any job, even lower paying will be acceptable for adults needing a temporary fix to being layed off. This makes it harder for the teens (and the adults as well, who are also competing now with a youthful, possibly more energetic applicant for a position).

One solution to avoid being layed off is going into business for yourself. With any business, start up takes time - so why not let that start up build slowly through the teen years, when teens are not totally dependent on the cash profit. These are the years where it will be ok if the teens job only shows a $500 profit for the year. Overtime, this will grow. All kids should consider this a possible path. Not all jobs for kids have to be flipping burgers or cashiers.

The resources on this page are to help not only teens and preteens, but kids of all ages find the path that is economically best for them.

Learning means earning when kids are working. Kids with job opportunities (whether it is out in the mainstream or if they are statring self-employment) benefit from:
  • Increased self-esteem & confidence from communicating with others
  • Understanding of responsibility (refilling machines)
  • Knowledge of financial accounting
  • Self-satisfaction of saving for college (Note: We also recommend contributing part of the earned income to a Roth IRA.)

Jobs for Kids - under 16, under 12, all ages

Self Employed Child Let's first take a look at self-employment.

Jobs for Kids - The Rules What jobs can you do? Are you 16? Are you 12? Does it matter what your age is? Check this site for current rules about jobs for kids.

jobs for kids resource Small Business Administration Teen Business

Start It - Grow It - Own It!

Chock full of links for business ideas, how to put things in writing, avoiding legal issues, a business buddy list and much, much more.

Quintessential Job Search - Job Information for Teens and Younger So, what are some ideas for a business beyond a lemonade stand or babysitting? Here goes...

Teen Money Central Even if all you want to do is make more money, here you will find out that by saving, budgeting, and investing, you can make money. Great money management skills will make you feel rich no matter how small your paycheck!

Kids and Making Money Learn about different ways that kids can make money. Making money is a good way for your child to learn some real life skills, but be sure they are ready.
Also: Teens: Finding Your First Job - Information for teenagers looking for their first job.

Take the Entrepreneur Challenge Do you think it would be great to run your own business? Not everyone's cut out for it. How do you know if you've got what it takes? Take the Entrepreneur Challenge, a set of questions that will get you thinking about what's involved. If you get a good score on the Challenge, then the next question is what do you want to do?

Jobs for Kids Our Jobs-For-Kids Program provides kids with the opportunity to gain work experience. We know how difficult it is for kids to get jobs and gain valuable work experience. Our jobs are for kids 8-17 who are interested in assuming responsibility, gaining work experience, building a resume and earning some money.

Job Information for Kids The YoungBiz Teen Club is a private, password- protected area on the YoungBiz website where you can meet other students and learn more about money manage- ment, business, and entrepreneurship. If you like what you've read in the Biz Startz and Money Smartz sections of our website, you'll love YoungBiz Teen Club. For a small membership fee, you'll be able to read even more stories of young entrepreneurs, young investors, young inventors, and famous entrepreneurs. Plus, you'll have access to our Student Bulletin Boards, blogs, and tools to build your own website.

Young Women's Carreer and Mentor Kit CAMKit CAMKit Programs fulfill every school's needs for quality career education. Students explore careers through the real-life stories of resilient women successfully working in their chosen fields.

Biz Camp NFTE Summer BizCamps™ Are you a teenager who's ever thought of starting your own business? BizCamp may be for you!

Money Lessons lessons that have been specially designed to make it easier for educators and parents to impart money concepts to children.

Successful Jobs for Kids

Sometimes when a child is just starting out, it helps to know there are others out there who are successful or perhaps going through the same struggles encountered when beginning a job. Check out our true stories of young entrepreneurs examples

More Ideas for Jobs For Kids

With so many ways for teaching kids money, we have grouped some of our favorite methods by age:

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