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Having a job can be a good source of extra spending money, but it can also be a great first step in helping you gain skills that will help you in many aspects of life, such as preparing for the demands of college life and ultimately entering the workforce. It can give you an opportunity to learn what type of career path you may want to follow and help to build confidence and self-esteem.
Below are some tips and information that will help you prepare for meeting the challenges of the workplace.
  1. Understand the law.
    • Youth Rules!
      A government site providing quick access to information about Federal and State labor laws that apply to young workers.
  2. Get a work permit
    • Any teen under the age of 18 that has not graduated from high school is required to have a work permit, including summer jobs. You can usually obtain a work permit at your school or district office.
  3. Keep yourself safe
A part-time job can be a rewarding and successful experience that can help you learn responsibility and prepare for the future.
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