15 years old in the UK and can't find a job... Paid online surveys?

Hey I am 15 and it's really hard to find a job as not many places hire 15 year olds, It's annoying because it one of them things where it's who you know tbh :/. Anyways. I was looking online and it came up that you can earn small amounts of money by doing online paid surveys, where you get paid for answering things and giving opinions. I was wondering whether this is a good thing to consider doing as I've tried everything else. How do I know if to trust the websites and are there any catches to the surveys?

Thanks for any help :)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Hi

    I do online surveys, but to be honest, they dont pay much at all. I have been doing them on one site since last October (OnePoll), and have only got to £7.90! They average they pay is 5p-10p per survey, and you only get to complete a few per week. You also cannot get the money until it reaches £40.

    The other website I do them on (Valued Opinions), very rarely email them to you. I have earned £3.40 so far in 3 months.

    They are really not worth it if you want money regularly.

    Good luck xxx

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    4 years ago

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    4 years ago

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  • b
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    sorry, but everyone is finding it hard to get a job, nit just you.

    Dont be fooled into any internet con, as said, if it sounds too good to be true it is. Take the paid surveys as an example, they will take a lot of your time to fill in, and pay very little, working out at less than the minimum / hour

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't think those websites are any good, though it's up to you. Sometimes they'll try paying you in vouchers or something crap, so read the small print! I doubt you're going to find a job at 15 unfortunately.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I remember one of the sites I checked back in the day made you pay to be a member. Then, once you were a paying member they let you take the surveys.

    As soon as I saw you had to pay, I gave up and that's as far as I got.

    Sorry couldn't tell you anymore info.

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  • 4 years ago

    Paid surveys exist because your time and viewpoints are important. Business understand they can not get your feedback totally free. That' why they invest countless dollars on paid studies each year for people like you to provide their much needed viewpoints on products and services.

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