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How To Make Money As A Teen

Friday, Aug 14, 2020, 1:35 pm

1.Be A Junior Assistant

As a junior assistant, or receptionist, in an office, you learn first hand what it's like to have a corporate job. After school hours are typically available where you can go in and answer phones and do some light filing. If you're lucky, you may be offered a job after college.

2.Work In A Supermarket

Working in a supermarket as a cashier, bagger or shelf stocker is a great first job for teens. You learn how to work a cashier, manage money, and control inventory. Working with the public is a rewarding way to make a difference in people's lives while learning valuable customer service skills.

3.Sell Things On Ebay

Got lots of stuff in your room that you don't use anymore. Maybe you've got collectible items, toys, or clothes that you never look at. Ebay is a great place to learn the art of selling by selling some of your stuff, or even your parent's stuff, and make some money in the process.

4.Do Small Jobs on Fiverr

Fiverr is a web site that allows anyone to post jobs they can do for $5 a pop. Just about anything goes, and it's relatively easy to use. You sign up and register an account, then post the jobs you are able to do. When you get responses, you decide which clients to take.

5.Wash Cars

Washing cars is a great way to make money for any teen, especially in the spring and summer. You can either organize a car wash with a group of friends, or wash cars for particular neighbors. Whatever you choose, make sure to bring your own supplies, do a good job, and be careful not to scratch anything.

6.Work In A Burger Joint

One of the first jobs a teen may have is working at a burger joint. With so many fast food restaurants popping up, this type of job shouldn't be hard to find. It teaches you how to make change, handle a register and deal with people, in a fun and fast paced environment.

7.Deliver Pizza

If you have your driver's license, a pizza delivery job is a great way to make money. Your local pizza shop almost always will have availability for a driver in your area. Make sure you are prompt and get the pizzas to the customers in a timely manner, before they get cold, to make the best tips.


8.Run Errands For The Elderly

The elderly have a hard time getting out, especially in colder climates. Offering to do errands, such as picking up prescriptions, groceries, or laundry for an elderly person helps them a great deal. And it will help you to make some cash in the meantime, but the best part is that you will form a bond from a wise person with a lot to share.

9.Rake Leaves

Raking leaves is another chore that most adults don't like doing, can't do, or don't have the time to do. As a teen, you can make some money after school and/or on weekends, raking leaves. With fall being the busiest time, get as many clients as possible and save up your money.


10.Shovel Snow

Shoveling snow in the winter is another great way for a teen to make some extra cash. If you live in a cold climate, where it snows a lot, you can clean up. Many people hate shoveling snow, or can't due to back issues or old age. They typically welcome a strong young person to take care of their shoveling for them.

11.Walk Dogs

Walking dogs is a fun after school job for teens. So many people work and have to leave their dogs home. When you come to take them for their walk, the dogs are so excited. Take one or two at once, go to the dog park, and let them romp. Hardly sounds like a tough job.



Babysitting is one of the first jobs a teen may have, and it teaches responsibility and caring. A great way to make some cash by sitting for friend's or neighbor's kids is a right of passage. You probably remember you favorite babysitter from when you were a kid, don't you?


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