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Teenage Job Tips

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You may be looking for your first job or looking for a seasonal job for the summer. Or, you may be trying to figure out how to get that raise you know you deserve. With our various job tips specific for kids and teenagers, you can land that first job of yours, learn how to be the ideal employee and earn more money than your friends. Working in many teen jobs can be rewarding, but you need to know what to expect and how to get what you want. Follow our advice and you’ll be much happier in your job!

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Trade Schools for Teens

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Trade schools are a great way for teenagers to get a skilled degree in a topic that you are passionate about. Learn more about the advantages of trade and vocational schools and check out our blog. We cover a wide range of topics to help you understand the advantages to a technical degree and find the right one for you.

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Kid Star Entrepreneur

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Are you a kidpreneur? Do you have a great idea for a business but don’t know how to get started? Are you looking for a business idea on how to have a teenage startup for yourself? Either way, we can help you figure out how to start your own business and be successful with it. Just because you’re a teen doesn’t mean you’re not able to go into business for yourself. You can become a kid star CEO at any age. Whether you’re looking to earn a little extra cash over the summer or start your career, it all starts here.

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Internships for Teenagers

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Imagine if you could work at a great company and learn how it works. Wouldn’t that be amazing? Teenagers can by simply taking on an internship. Paid or unpaid, becoming an intern can be a great way to learn about a new industry. As an apprentice, you can learn some valuable skills that can be used for your career as well as getting into college. Check out our apprenticeship articles and Job Search sections to support you with finding a company near you. This will help any teenager find a career path. What you learn will serve you well for the future – even if you discover that a particular industry isn’t right for you.

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