Where do you live? If you have a rural area with farms nearby I would cruise around there and try to find a job. A lot of jobs require you to be 16, but as far as I know, farms don't have the same restrictions that a lot of other businesses have. That's what I did when I was 14-16 ish.
Try coming to the midwest, were rails are made of rust and tetinus, run ins are about as wide as my wrist, and the landings look like the first 15 minutes of Saving Private Ryan
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I am 16, but my brother hooked me up with a job at 15 at Big Y bagging groceries... and bitches. You are legally allowed to work even at 14 in CT with restricted hours. Try to find good connects and if worst comes to worst, spin faster.
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I started working at a local movie theater when I was that young. Epic job just enough money to pay for the things that I want, and free movies/popcorn/pop. You gotta go small though... no cineplex odeon or AMC shit. If you work the big places you might as well be working at Mcdicks.
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i think when i was 16 i was refereeing childrens soccer and some baseball games.
shit was actually awesome. i was at the park a lot anyway cause i played myself during the later games, it just gave me a reason to go a couple hours early and pocket like $30-40 a couple times a week.
I'm pretty sure most grocery stores hire at age 14. I know at the one I work at, anyone under 16 can only work on weekends, not their rule but a legal thing. They pretty much just hire almost anyone, but don't get excited, it sucks major dick.
Also in the winter, try your local mountain. I know mine hires instructors as young as about 14. It's probably a rarity that a mountain will hire instructors that young, but it's worth a shot
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I saw something about sneaker resellers once where they looked at all the different logistics of reselling a sneaker. They highlighted the process starting at buying the product, shipping it to your house, setting up an ebay auction, waiting 7 days, sending it, then receiving the money. They ended up making lower than minimum wage.
More than likely if you do this, you will waste time, lose money, and not allow the people who want to keep and use a product for their personal use to do so.
It's a little harder getting a job at that age. See if one of your friends or your parents can help you out. I worked at a marina when I was 15. My buddy was working there so he put in a good word for me and his mom worked at the locks nearby so he already knew the manager.
Wait, you're in the UK? In that case, your options are pretty much limited to paper round and/or fast food place (local chicken/fish shop). Ofherwise, you can apply to work in retail but you need to apply for a work permit which requires a letter from your school, parents and the company you want to work for.
Much easier to get work once you're 16. Also, there's no minimum wage under 16 so at 15 don't expect to get anything more than ¬£3-4 an hour :(
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