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    Question: What kind of jobs can you have at age 14?


        At the age of 14 job opportunities are still limited, but you are allowed to work.  Federal age requirements for jobs can be found at the  U.S. Department of Labor web site .


    Arizona also has statutes regulating work for those under 16 - (for example you have restrictions with working in manufacturing and in a pit with a bull)

    23-232. Prohibited employments of persons under the age of sixteen

    Arizona also has statutes regulating work for those under 18 (for example, you don't get to work with explosives)

    23-231. Prohibited employments of persons under the age of eighteen

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    On 01/31/08
    5 from RI said:
    well i just want to get a job just for the fact that i could buy wat i need like clothes and stuff like that oh nd so i can stop asking my mom for money. i also need a job so i can't spent more less time in my house doing nothing.
    On 01/13/08
    emalee from NJ said:
    i need a job becasu i want to buy nice clothes from store i want and my mom only pays fro my colthes if they are at stores sthat she desiers i really need to look fresh you know wat i mean
    On 12/29/07
    jack from AL said:
    well i heard at age 14 you can work in a mall , restraunt , shops , or paper round
    On 11/30/07
    brittn from WI said:
    Well i am 14 and in need if a job but the problem is that alot of places dont hire 14 years olds!!!!!
    On 11/30/07
    doc from CA said:
    We are economically doomed as a nation: The consumerist mentality runs rampant amongst our youth, which is frighteningly evident in the majority of the posts in this thread.
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