Teen Summer Jobs!

1.  Camp counselor.  You make new friends . . . get to do all the activities, like swimming and horseback riding . . . and you also learn leadership skills.



2.  Babysitter.  It’s not always an easy job, but it’s one of the easiest jobs to GET as a kid.  It can also be a good intro into running your own business.



3.  Tutor.  It’s a good one if your kid’s a smarty-pants.  And it’s even easier now, because you can do it online.



4.  Dog walker.  Like babysitting, it’s another one where you might have a built-in customer base.  Plenty of friends and family probably have dogs.



5.  Mowing lawns, or doing landscaping.  It’s physical, so you get a workout.  And you get to be outside the whole time.

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