Teachers *  About LFK * LFK en Espanol * Search LFK:   
Arizona
LFK Home Speak Up! Stories Toons Laws Justice for All Law Docs Change It! Games Links
Search Questions
 Speak Up! Topics
  Arrested (61)
  Banking (5)
  Bullying (6)
  Contracts (5)
  Credit (4)
  Curfew (44)
  Drinking (25)
  Driving (187)
  Emancipation (67)
  Family (219)
  Guns and Weapons (23)
  Housing (17)
  Illegal Substances (91)
  Jury Duty (15)
  Marriage (16)
  New Laws (15)
  Other (378)
  School (118)
  Sexual Assault and Misconduct (31)
  Trouble (34)
  Vandalism and Property Damage (8)
  Violence (87)
  Voting (6)
  When You Turn 18 (107)
  Work and Employment (24)

Latest Questions
  • Is it illegal to download foreign items that is not licensed in United States?

  • I have a questions for you. Since i'm emancipated do I still have to have my parent sign for me to get a tatoo in arizona. And if not would i have to bring the emancipation papers with me to get a tatoo.thanx for answering all my questions.

  • how many people can i have in my car,and what is the curfew in goodyear,az

  • what is the cerfew for pinetop-lakeside, az?

  • Can I get emancipated if I'm only 15, if I'm pregnant, and still going to school? And can I live with my boyfriend which he has a job and will prvied everything needed for me and my baby.

  • Search Dictionary

    Tell a friend about this page!
    Type a friend’s email address into the box below, then hit ‘send.

    Speak Up! - View Question #21015


    printer friendly version

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

    Answer:

        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


    Comments
    16 thru 20 of 66 comments     1   2   3  [ 4 ]  5  ...   
    On 10/27/08
    Bhelms from IN said:
    i am looking for a job to support my family. i am extremely mechanically incline. i build mopeds & mini bikes
    On 10/24/08
    Tether from NM said:
    Hey, I'm looking for a job I have expirence with quite a bit of things such as kids from the ages of 3-9 and animals of all types and i can clean pretty well as long as I have music. please help me find a job
    On 09/19/08
    juanit from CA said:
    yesss i really want a job in turlock but i guess i cant find any but i have some experience with stuff like cleaning cooking and also giving medications to patients.
    On 09/17/08
    chris from SC said:
    i am 14 and i need a job
    On 08/21/08
    teara from IN said:
    hi my name is teara keeling, i need a job because i have only one friend and thats the dog i walk everyday, but now they are getting rid of him and i wanna buy him because he dont do well will people he dont know and because i love him.
    16 thru 20 of 66 comments     1   2   3  [ 4 ]  5  ...   



    Read more about the law and Work and Employment
    Related Stories
    • Work and Employment
      • No stories found!
    Related Laws
    • Work and Employment
      • No laws found!
    LFK Home   |   Speak Up!   |   Stories   |   Toons   |   Laws   |   Justice for All   |   Law Docs   |   Change It!   |   Games   |   Links
    He has a good point: see details buying accutane online usa going here.
    Disclaimer: The information contained in this site is made available as a public service to the general public and is not intended to serve as legal advice. You should consult a trained legal professional for questions you may have about the laws affecting juveniles or any legal interpretations.

    Send Feedback regarding website content or to report bugs.
    Copyright © 1998 - 2020. Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education, All rights reserved

    Privacy Policy  |  Terms of use  |  Disclaimer  |  Contact Us