Paper round at 14.. Also got a summer job at 15 building a loft conversion for a family friend with wages of just 75p an hour (still made £200+ that summer!).
I may try my local stables, does McDonalds hire 15 year olds?
Paper round at 13, kitchen assistant at 14, petrol station sales assistant at 16
Paper round is probably the best bet - ask at local shops.
You seem to know about computers? why not advertise your services?
Advertise at you local shop
Fix computers and get paid good money
I used to deliver papers on a Sunday and earned about £3 for doing so. I only did it for two weeks as to be honest it wasn't worth getting out of bed for! My next job was in a local shop dealing with stock and helping customers and I did that for just under two years.
It is true ... see link in my earlier post:
There's more detail on that linkPermitted working times
No child shall be employed during school hours
No child under the age of 13, shall be employed in any occupation (except public performances - please see link on the left for Performance Licences for Children for further information)
Children must have at least 2 weeks in a year, during School closures, during which they shall not work
Maximum of 2 hours on a Sunday
No child may commence work before 7:00 am
No child may work after 7:00 pm
Permitted Working Times - Schooldays
Maximum of 2 hours on a school day
Maximum of 12 hours in any school week
Maximum of 1 hours work prior to starting school
Permitted Working Times - Weekends and Holidays
Child aged 13 - 14, maximum of 5 hours per day (excluding schooldays and Sundays) with a maximum of 25 hours in a non school week (any period of 7 consecutive days)
Child aged 15 - 16, maximum of 8 hours per day (excluding schooldays and Sundays) with a maximum of 35 hours in a non school week (any period of 7 consecutive days)
All children, if working for a continuous period of 4 hours, must have a break of at least one hour
cnc operator for aerospace company
now this job until i get bored which i wont because i have way to much fun
No child under the age of 13, shall be employed in any occupation (except public performances - please see link on the left for)
Looks like the two Simons (Cowell and Fuller) can rest easy.
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