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Treasure Hunter
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Jan 25, 2007
You could alwyas hit the stockmarket!! When you're 15 you can buy and sell shares. Piece of advice go with technology , and energy resources
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Jan 25, 2007
Have you tried taking your names own advice and "FIGHT FOR IT"?...seriously start a fight club. ive set up several. you may have heard of me before -Tyler Durden. but above all else you do not talk about it. ive already said too much
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Wastelander
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Jan 25, 2007
you could get a job doing little things like cutting your neighbors grass for a certain amount of pay thats what i used to do a loooong time ago but if your talking about a real job then no i think youll have to wait until your 16
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Jan 25, 2007
1. Cut the grass
2. Paperboy
3. Walk the neighbor's dog
4. Pull the weeds
5. Wash the car
6. Clean out the neighbor's pool?
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Treasure Hunter
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Jan 25, 2007
You can get a job scooping ice cream at fourteen, it doesn't pay really well, but it's easy, consistent, and you can work with yoru friends. I like to babysit. That pays a lot around where I live. Seems like parents will do anything to get the kids off their hands for a night. So that's always worth a try if you're good with adults (if you have slob-worthy manners, you're not going anywhere) and, most importantly, kids.

You can also try those timeless seasonal chores, such as raking leaves, shoveling snow, cleaning out garages, and car washes for people who live by you. The key to making money in an "under the table" job (you can tell it's under the table if they just hand you some cash when you're finished) is charm. Be really nice to adults and seem intested, but not like a suck-up. Just be polite and make eye contact, the basic things that parents are supposed to teach their kids. Most of them will be glad to pay you a little extra if you come eager to work and are pleasant to be around.
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Treasure Hunter
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Jan 25, 2007
I work for a store called Produce Juntion, I believe they hire at 14
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Jan 25, 2007
if there's a chick-fil-a around u i kno they hire at 14
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Jan 25, 2007
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Jan 25, 2007
Walk some dogs like me. I get 100$ a month.
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Jan 25, 2007


az009 wrote:
Walk some dogs like me. I get 100$ a month.


What?!  That is a lot of money walking a dog!  I wish I was as lucky as you, but I got a job holding a sign that pays $10.31 an hour. :robottongue: :robotvery-happy:
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