Job for 16 year old?

I'm looking for a job in MetroDetroit, Michigan

Some work experiance in construction, office work, and much volunteer work

If anyone has any suggestions, they would be greatly appreciated!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I guess it all depends on what your future plans are. When I was 16 I started work at a jewellery store as well as working on accounts receivable and accounts payable for my parents company.

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  • 1 decade ago

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  • 4 years ago

    Sadly, not very many, unless you want to work as a cashier, courtesy associate, or restaurant server. Unfortunately, within the last 10-15 years, many employers, including restaurants and retail stores, have begun to require that applicants for job vacancies be 18 years of age (some of them 21 years of age) or older and provide proof that they have both a high school diploma (or GED) and some form of college degree (Associates, Bachelors, Masters, so forth), plus a valid driver's license and your own vehicle. If you rely on walking both ways, public transit or parents to get you to and/or from work as I have most of my life, even if the job is no more than one block away from your residence, then most employers won't even touch you with a 39 1/2 foot pole. Other factors you may run into include if you don't have a good credit history (owing loans or medical bills or cleaning out bank accounts), no permanent home address for a set amount of time (this is one of the problems I have had in the last little less than six years, as the longest I have lived at any one residential setting was three years at a group home for individuals with developmental or other disabilities such as myself, which, tragically, closed two years ago), and other factors as well.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Hi friend.. http://www.freewebs.com/easy-workathome is a really a good way of making money online being at home.There is no need to pay at front.Just basic knowledge of internet is enough.Further it is much much better than online paid surveys & data entry..Just try it out there is nothing to lose since u r not going to pay..

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Newspaper delivery.

    fast food restaurant.

    Rocket science by the hour.

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