Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Updated: 38 Jobs for Kids Ages 12-17

April begins today, and before you know it, students will be thinking of summer vacation and how they can earn money. The current job market is tough for teenagers, but with a little effort on their part, they can do something interesting. Here is my updated list. Download a copy HERE if you are interested.

1. Advertise on Fiverr (http://www.fiverr.com/ ) where someone could pay $5.00 and up for a service of yours

2. Assisting a senior citizen with their chores at home or away from home

3. Babysitting

4. Being a clown, magician or other entertainment at a kid’s birthday party

5. Bicycle repair

6. Camp counselor or counselor in training at a day camp or sleep away camp

7. Create anime or cartoon books to sell

8. Dog walker

9. Dog washer

10. Fixing computer problems

11. Having a bake sale

12. House cleaning

13. Lifeguard

14. Messenger service

15. Modeling

16. Mowing lawns/raking leaves

17. Music teacher

18. Newspaper delivery

19.  Office help: filing, sorting, organizing

20.  Paint faces at a craft market street fair

21. Pet sitting

22.  Photograph a kid’s birthday party

23. Planting flowers

24. Put flyers on cars

25. Restoring old photos

26. Running errands for people

27. Shoveling snow

28. Selling bottles water at a Little League game, race or marathon

29. Selling hand-made stuff on Etsy (https://www.etsy.com/)

30. Selling lemonade or iced tea

31. Starting an online business: Bizinate (bizinate.com/kids)

32. Taking an online survey and getting paid cash (http://www.cashcrate.com/ )

33. Translating documents etc. (You must be fluent in that language)

34. Tutoring young kids

35. Washing cars

36. Washing windows

37. Working for a church or other group as a pianist

38. Writing an article for Ezine  (http://ezinearticles.com/ )


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