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Adults, Whats Your Advice for Teens Who Want to Start Working?
Reply by Kylie
I have a little bit of experience with this being that I am 18 and I just entered the work field after trying for the past two years.
Reply by Wumpi
- If you haven't graduated highschool just lie about it.
- Your friends and family can be your references.
- Apply for jobs you don't have the qualifications for.
- Avoid hard labor if you can, that's factory work and lawn service and junk.
- Standing around that much is going to hurt, get insoles or crocs.
Reply by Brittney
My advice would be go for it! Find somewhere that will work with your school schedule and don’t be scared to try it! I worked nights at a small factory while in high school and I loved it and made life long friends (they were all older than me but they loved me and taught me so much about life!)
Reply by BuggyD
Please don't lie on applications, have some integrity. It's one thing to embellish or word something to help it sound more appealing to a hiring manager but to straight up tell lies is just not a good way to start out in life. Adulting is owning your truth and improving yourself.
Reply by Hayek001
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