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Jobs you should consider

If your child likes to be outdoors and regularly mows your lawn; this could be a good job to explore. Lawn mowing jobs could be one time while the homeowner is on vacation or for a whole summer if they find someone who can’t or doesn’t like to mow their own lawn.
Looking for a job can be one of the more intimidating activities you may face this spring. Yes, “spring.” Thinking about summer jobs, now, will give you opportunities to explore and consider summer jobs that will offer you far more than just a paycheck. These are the intangibles one gets from working which can make a lower wage worth the trade-off.
With so many kids now exposed to the Internet, new jobs have come out and these options are more acceptable to teenagers. Online work keeps them at home and glued to the computer. The more skilled ones can try their luck at freelance writing. There are other jobs like graphic design for the artistically inclined, and there are other more grown-up jobs that may not be classified as jobs for 14 year olds.
This is often a great starter job for young children. The responsibilities typically include stopping by a neighbor’s house to feed an animal a few times per day while the owner’s are away. In addition, they can also offer to bring in the newspaper or mail and water any houseplants.