For a teenager who needs to get a job, trying to figure out where to start can be a bit overwhelming. You could, of course, get the standard job as a fry-cook or hamburger flipper. But if that’s not the route you want to go, where do you turn? How do teens go about finding a job that’s fun, cool, and builds great experience for a future career? Are there specialized, online teen job finder sites that can help?
Fortunately there are several resources available to help teen job seekers find just the right position. We’ll start off with these four teen job finder sites and add more as we research them to find the best. We’ve logged on and reviewed each of the four teen job finder sites listed below and we feel confident these will excite you and get you off to a good start. Just plug the address of the one you want into your web browser and off you go! Good luck!
StudentJobs.gov – This U.S. Government operated teen job finder site helps students create a resume and then search and apply for government jobs.
CoolWorks.com – Use this teen job finder to locate work at a resort, an amusement park, a state park, a camp, a beach and lots of other cool places. Navigate to this teen job finder website, select the category of job you’re interested in, scroll through the options, and apply straight from your computer!
Teens4Hire.org – Teens between the ages of 14 and 19 can logon to this teen job finder site, create a personalized profile (like an online resume), and then search & apply for thousands of jobs that are geared toward teenagers.
SnagAJob.com – This teen job finder site bills itself as the number one source for part-time and hourly jobs. They have more than 100,000 jobs listed from places like Bed Bath & Beyond, The Home Depot, Hyatt Hotels, AMC Theaters, and more.
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