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Five Summer Jobs For 15 Year Olds

Five Summer Jobs For 15 Year Olds

As your kids get older, it’s time to start thinking about how they can learn responsibility and earn a bit of money at the same time.  These Summer Jobs For 15 Year Olds are great for those who are a bit under the traditional work force age, but still want to make a bit of money to pay for their activities or even pay for their cell phone bill.

Five Summer Jobs For 15 Year Olds

Five Summer Jobs For 15 Year Olds

Lawn Care

This classic summer job is great for both boys and girls.  Not only can they hit up neighborhood homes to mow lawns, they can offer things like helping in flower beds, general landscaping cleanup and even gardening assistance.  For those who can’t drive themselves yet, this is one job that can earn them money in nearby areas without a lot of assistance to get to and from their job site.

Farmer’s Market

If your family has a garden, or your kids are great with handmade crafts and items a local Farmer’s Market is an excellent place to make money.  Not only can they sell your excess produce for a little cash, they could easily build a business selling their own hand crafted items.  Everything from jams and jellies, to handmade blankets, crocheted items or paintings are all available and for sale at various markets.


 This is a classic way to earn money for anyone.  Any teen can go for a CPR class, and learn a few basic skills that will ensure the safety of the kids they are watching.  Advertise in the neighborhood, with friends from church or even extended family.  This is a fun and easy way for a teen to make money.


 For kids who excel in select subjects, they can easily make money in the summer by tutoring other kids.  If you are looking for summer jobs or 15 year olds, you can really find tons of opportunities through the local schools, libraries or even community colleges for tutors.

Pet sitter

Whether people need someone to check in while they are at work, or tend to their pets while they are on vacation, pet sitters are always in need.  Teens are a great choice for this job. Not only do they usually love pets, they are much more affordable for the pet owner than a vet or pet daycare would be.

Setting your kids up for success means encouraging them to get out and begin working.  A job teaches them about responsibility, and offers them much needed independence.  An income that allows them to pay for things themselves, will also be a great way to teach them about budgeting, saving money and caring for their possessions. These Summer Jobs For 15 Year Olds will help your teen have a foot in the door with future jobs, as well as looking great on their college applications.



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    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Bloggers Brags. I’ve pinned this to our board on Pinterest. Have a great weekend!

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    Sarah Anderson
    2 March, 2016 at 11:37 am

    Lawn care is a classic one for kids to do. I had a friend back in jr. high and high school who mowed lawns. He charged based on the size of your lawn.

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    I used to cut lawns for people in my neighborhood and was always surprised how much money I could make. If you go the extra mile and pull weeds in addition to cutting grass, people will always pay more!

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