Whether it's for the summer, part-time in the evenings or at weekends, we all begin somewhere. Here are some of the most common starter jobs for teenagers.
Often starting out as a favour for family or neighbours, this can be an easy way to earn regular money. It requires responsibility, but can be rewarding.
Mostly seasonal, gardening is perfect for those who love the outdoors. Tasks can range from mowing lawns to watering plants when people are away.
Retail provides money management skills, responsibility and dealing with customers. Pay may be basic but could have perks such as staff discounts.
Caring for siblings is part of growing up and baby-sitting is a logical next step. It can be stressful, but it is often well-paid and many find it very rewarding.
Not the most glamorous, but many thrive in this fast-paced environment. Working with customers, listening and memorising orders are useful skills.
Warehouse jobs can be tiring and often monotonous, but it provides evening or weekend working options and regular money all year round.
Late nights and weekends, but for film lovers this job offers the chance to see movies for free and can benefit those interested in entertainment or media.
Lots of opportunities for part-time and holiday work. It's a demanding job and tough on your feet, but a great role if you are good at multi-tasking.
Parents are willing pay for tutors to support their child's development. It is a patient and worthwhile job that looks impressive on a job or Uni application.
This job varies from receptionist to facilities supervision. It requires health & safety awareness and communication skills, and can be physically demanding.