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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 06/29/08
    Nicole from IN said:
    I am fourteen years old and i need a job because i need to start saving up for a car so can you please help?!??!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
    On 06/28/08
    Liem from TX said:
    i cant find a job over the summer can someone help me
    On 06/28/08
    tina from PA said:
    Hi,my name is Bettina smith and Iam 14 my dad is 62 and is still working and I dont think thats ok i would like to get a good job and help him with the house I love kids and doing hair and cleaning and pets
    On 06/17/08
    Kiki from IN said:
    My name is Kiki and I live in Indiana. My family is poor and only one parent is working. He is a custodient and doesn't get as much money as he deserves. We don't have as much food in the house but enough for 1 meal every night {It's not abuse}. I want to save money up for beauty school in Indianapolis and would love to start now. Including, clothes I am needing desperatly. I have very few shirts and 3 pairs of pants. I'm 14, and needing a job not just to "buy things that I want". Though, if no one knows where there are jobs for 14 year olds I'll wait until I'm 16.
    On 06/17/08
    Paige from SC said:
    Ok one thing about jobs that I don't get is that when your fourteen why do you need a working permit.? What's the difference between age 14 and age 15?
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