<p>I'm 15 years old and I'd really like to work somewhere.<br>
What kind of jobs could I get at my age?</p>

<p>Bagger at a grocery store. It's an honorable job.</p>

<p>I did it before promoted to cashier when I turned 16.</p>

<p>I think it's good to have some humility.</p>

<p>same except im a 17 year old. i went around asking starbucks, subway, grocery stores, but none are hiring...</p>

<p>It's because your old people population is down here in Florida. making driving ridiculous. =]</p>

<p>Burger King is where it's at!</p>

<p>Chick fil a gives scholorships if you work there long enough</p>

<p>You'll find it hard in this economy. Maybe your school needs student assistants or something, those jobs might be easier to get than real jobs.</p>

<p>Hmm..I Know lots of people who are lifeguards?</p>

<p>My brother always told me that working at a grocery store sucks. He was a stocker or something, so lots of heavy lifting.
I think it's easier to get a job at a local chain than a nation-wide store. They're usually nicer. Try that.</p>

<p>Fast food... Seriously, you have to start down there unless you've got good connections.</p>

<p>New question (didn't want to start a new thread for this): Should I ask around for internships if I am only 15 years old?</p>

<p>It seems like 16 years is the "internship age" but unfortunately I have a late birthday.. </p>

<p>I don't care if it is paid or non-paid, it's the experience that I want.</p>

<p>college is the internship age ^^^</p>

<p>I have to second Penn, college is usually when someone gets an internship - (particularily since some of the pickier internships are only available for college credit and they won't even consider you unless you're in college.) </p>

<li>and even if you started applying for some now, you'd be competing against college students, who likely have more experience and education in the field than you do.</li>

<p>Seriously? A lot of my high school junior friends got internships the summer before junior year...</p>

<p>Like the others have said, grocery stores/fast food joints are probably going to be your best options right now.</p>

<p>Try babysitting or pet-sitting if you don't need a regular paycheck. The work is pretty easy and if you're good with kids/animals, you can make at least minimum wage. Plus, sitting won't suck too much time out of your schedule. :)</p>

<p>I think you'll have more options when you turn 16. I agree with Modulation-- working in the fast food business is the only place that I can think of where you could work at 15 years old. Maybe, you could ask someone to hire you as an assistant filing papers or running errands at an office?</p>

<p>Hey, what about if you're 14 and you seriously don't want to work at a fast food place or at a super market/grocery store? Is not that I would not like those jobs is just that I would not be comfortable there</p>

<p>Your choices are pretty limited at age 14.</p>

<p>Try finding some jobs that are "out of the box." </p>

<p>For example. when I was 17, my friends and I all got jobs at Walt Disney World; which was, oddly enough, a lot of fun working there.</p>