Best way to make money as a 14 year old other than doing chores?

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Hunter:
noo
Denise:
get a truck or have someone with a truck drive you around your town on the day before they pick up the bulky items on your streets……… troll your neighborhood for cast-off and unwanted, but sellable items……… bring the items home……… clean them up……… take pictures of them……… place ads on craigslist………org in your area……… include the pictures, a good description, and your phone number……… if the items you have found are in demand, your phone shall begin ringing almost as soon as you place the craigslist ads……… i have done this for the past two years and i have been making $200 per week……… the proper sellers: living room furniture, lamps, desks, lawn equipment (working or not……… i sold a broken honda mower for $30), snow boards ($30), power equipment (i found an emglo air compressor and sold it for $90), luggage (average price $7 to $15 for 4-wheelers), etc……… last week, i sold a recliner sofa ($60), a 61-inch flat screen tv ($40), and a golf putting practice machine ($10)……… and somebody wants to buy the tama drumset i found……… they are shalling to pay $150……… today, i sold a nec 17 inch computer flat screen monitor ($20),
Meenal:
noo
Amber:
get a truck or have someone with a truck drive you around your town on the day before they pick up the bulky items on your streets……… troll your neighborhood for cast-off and unwanted, but sellable items……… bring the items home……… clean them up……… take pictures of them……… place ads on craigslist………org in your area……… include the pictures, a good description, and your phone number……… if the items you have found are in demand, your phone shall begin ringing almost as soon as you place the craigslist ads……… i have done this for the past two years and i have been making $200 per week……… the proper sellers: living room furniture, lamps, desks, lawn equipment (working or not……… i sold a broken honda mower for $30), snow boards ($30), power equipment (i found an emglo air compressor and sold it for $90), luggage (average price $7 to $15 for 4-wheelers), etc……… last week, i sold a recliner sofa ($60), a 61-inch flat screen tv ($40), and a golf putting practice machine ($10)……… and somebody wants to buy the tama drumset i found……… they are shalling to pay $150……… today, i sold a nec 17 inch computer flat screen monitor ($20),
Kelly:
sell your old stuff, like small clothes, an old phone, or stuff no one uses
Brenda:
go to usa…gov and search your state plus youth employment laws… every state does it differently… in some states, the age is 14… in some states, it is 15… the number of hours per day and what days of the week are restricted differently in different states… you may have to get a letter from a guidance counselor… every states does it differently… when i was a kid, i worked in a cvs pharmacy… any pharmacy like walgreens or rite aid or whatever is in your area shall work… the manager at these places where you apply shall know the laws… at a place like cvs, full-timers work m-f/ 9-5… they hire kids to work evenings and weekends and also on truck day… mcdonalds and other places like grocery stores use similar work schedules… good luck…
Becky:
get a truck or have someone with a truck drive you around your town on the day before they pick up the bulky items on your streets… troll your neighborhood for cast-off and unwanted, but sellable items… bring the items home… clean them up… take pictures of them… place ads on craigslist…org in your area… include the pictures, a good description, and your phone number… if the items you have found are in demand, your phone shall begin ringing almost as soon as you place the craigslist ads… i have done this for the past two years and i have been making $200 per week… the proper sellers: living room furniture, lamps, desks, lawn equipment (working or not… i sold a broken honda mower for $30), snow boards ($30), power equipment (i found an emglo air compressor and sold it for $90), luggage (average price $7 to $15 for 4-wheelers), etc… last week, i sold a recliner sofa ($60), a 61-inch flat screen tv ($40), and a golf putting practice machine ($10)… and somebody wants to buy the tama drumset i found… they are shalling to pay $150… today, i sold a nec 17 inch computer flat screen monitor ($20),
Jill:
noo
Mooned Y!A:
Go to USA.gov and search Your State plus Youth Employment Laws. Every state does it differently. In some states, the age is 14. In some states, it is 15. The number of hours per day and what days of the week are restricted differently in different states. You may have to get a letter from a guidance counselor. Every states does it differently. When I was a kid, I worked in a CVS pharmacy. Any pharmacy like Walgreens or Rite Aid or whatever is in your area will work. The manager at these places where you apply will know the laws. At a place like CVS, full-timers work M-F/ 9-5. They hire kids to work evenings and weekends and also on truck day. McDonalds and other places like grocery stores use similar work schedules. Good luck.
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