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

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        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
    36 thru 40 of 66 comments    ...  6   7  [ 8 ]  9   10  ...   
    On 04/10/08
    RoyBas from AZ said:

    I need a job, where can I work?? I need the money.

    On 04/04/08
    Nick G from OH said:
    im 14 and i need a job soon.....
    On 04/04/08
    Savann from FL said:
    uhhmm, Im 14 and i would like to know where i can apply for a job. Im justwant to earn my own money and buy what i want.
    On 03/28/08
    shawn from AL said:
    Iam only 14 and need a job because i want to help with the bills,stop being broke,and also buy things that i want and thigs my parents want let me get. and all yall out there just hold on tight and just pray about it. if your principal pass out permits u need to get one and let your parents fill it out and take it back to let yo principal see it first. once u do that take it to any place that that u want to work at. then wait for them to call u about the job.
    On 03/19/08
    justin from NY said:
    im sorry but this isnt helping me wat jobs can i get at the age of 14?
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