Part Time Jobs for Teens: Pros, Cons, and Tips (2022)

Although an after-school job seems like a time-honored tradition, the number of teens who work has actually fallen in recent years. This decline may be due to the difficulty many teens have finding work. Other teens may be opting out of working because their schedules are already overflowing with after-school activities and long hours studying.

While there are some potential perks to working while in high school, research shows there are some drawbacks as well. For instance, teens who work longer hours may have lower grades and are at greater risk for problem behaviors such as drinking and smoking.

Clearly, an after-school job isn't going to work for all teens. If you're thinking of letting your teen enter the workforce, you should consider the potential risks as well as the benefits.

Good Part-Time Jobs for Teens

Consider what your teen's goals are. Do they want to gain experience for or try out a future career path, do something they enjoy, or simply make money for future college expenses?

With their goal or goals in mind, your teen can look for part-time employment that will help them reach those goals. You also should consider your specific state's labor laws. This will help you determine age limits as well as the number of hours your teen can expect to work per week.

It's also important to consider the requirements or experience needed for the position as well as the location and schedule. Aside from typical part-time jobs like working as a barista, delivering pizzas, serving in a restaurant, or working for a fast-food chain, here are some other part-time job ideas for teens.

  • Babysitter: Many teens like to make extra money babysitting. In most cases, they can control when they work and parents often pay well, especially if your teen has a first-aid and CPR certification. Additionally, this type of part-time job helps teens who plan to go into education learn how to work with children, especially if they are helping with homework and planning activities.
  • Catering staff: Teens with an interest in the culinary arts may want to look into working for a catering company. Although they will likely help with set up, serving, and clean-up and not much cooking, they will get a feel for what the industry is like.
  • Dietary aide: Some nursing homes will hire teens to work in their kitchens serving food or washing dishes, while other facilities will have teens do minor housekeeping duties. If your teen is interested in becoming a nurse or a doctor, positions in these facilities can be great learning experiences.
  • Grocery store stocker or cashier: Grocery stores very often hire teens to stock shelves as well as check out or carry out groceries. Some stores even hire teens as young as 14 years old.
  • Lawn care or landscaping assistant: Cutting lawns is a time-honored teen job. If your teen doesn't want to try to drum up business in your neighborhood, they also can look into working for lawn care and landscaping companies where they will do everything from weed and put down mulch to cut grass and trim.
  • Lifeguard: Many teens enjoy working as a lifeguard at their local pool or beach. Although they must go through a special training program to be certified, many teens find this position rewarding, especially if they enjoy being outdoors (of course, indoor pools also hire lifeguards, if your teen is looking for work beyond the outdoor swimming season).
  • Receptionist or customer service representative: Teens looking for consistent employment in an office setting may want to search for receptionist or customer service representative positions. Rates vary depending on the employer, but most teens can expect to make at least minimum wage.
  • Referee: For kids who love sports, they may want to look into becoming a referee. For instance, in Ohio the Ohio High School Athletic Association allows teens to become licensed referees. They can officiate for recreational sports leagues as well as at middle school contests and can expect to be paid about $11 to $25 per hour.
  • Retail sales associate: Many kids enjoy working in retail, especially if they have an interest in marketing, retail planning, or fashion design. Although they may start out at minimum wage, they often get an employee discount, which can add up if they tend to shop in the store a lot.
  • Tutor: If your teen is particularly gifted in math or science and taking advanced courses, they may want to start a tutoring business. Parents of younger children, and even some high school parents, like to hire students to tutor their children because it's not as expensive as hiring a teacher or a professional tutor. As with lawn care, if your child doesn't want to be their own boss, they can apply to work at a tutoring center.
  • Veterinary assistant: For teens who love animals, they may want to check with local veterinarians to see if they hire teens. Often, these doctors will hire teens to clean kennels or walk dogs. They may also ask teens to assist them by calming pets while they evaluate them.

Statistics on Teen Employment

Each year, teen and young adult employment increases between April and July as teens and recent graduates begin looking for employment. However, the number of 16- to 24-year-olds employed in July 2020 was down 56.2% compared to July 2019, reflecting heightened unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

There were fewer teens employed in July 2020 (peak teen working season) than in February 2020 before the pandemic officially began to take its toll in the United States. Employment rates were lower across the board for different races, with Whites experiencing 49.5% lower rates, Hispanics at 42.6%, Blacks at 39.2%, and Asians at 32.0%.

As the economy improved in 2021, however, more teens were able to find jobs. One study found that 32.4%, or 5.3 million, 16- to 19-year-olds were employed in May 2021. This number reflected an encouraging drop in the unemployment rate for 16- to 19-year-olds. Whereas 30.7% teens in this age range were out of work in May 2020, only 9.5% were unemployed in May 2021.

It seems likely that the downward trend of teen summer employment will continue, though: while the nation had more teens of working age in May 2021 (16.4 million) than in May 2020 (15.9 million), fewer of them held a job. Researchers suggest that fewer entry-level jobs, more teens doing volunteer service, and more summer classes are among the possible reasons for this trend.

In July 2020, 24% of employed teens worked in the leisure and hospitality industry, which also includes food services. However, employment in this industry was down 21% or 1.1 million when compared to July 2019. Teens also were employed in the retail industry (20%) and in educational and health services (11%).

Pros and Cons of Part-Time Jobs for Teens

When determining whether or not a part-time job is right for your teen, it can help to weigh the pros and cons before making a final decision. You also should consider your teen's temperament as well as their existing time commitments.

Pros

  • Learn to manage money

  • Gain experience

  • Have less time for risk-taking

  • Build life skills

  • Acquire work skills

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Cons

  • Have less time for studying

  • View workplace negatively

  • Interfere with activities

  • Might create stress

  • May lead to substance abuse

Pros of Part-Time Jobs

An after-school job can be good for young people. Here are some of the biggest benefits your teen might gain:

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  • Financial skills: With support from you, a paycheck can be an opportunity for your teen to learnhow to effectively manage finances. Teach your teen to establish a budget so they can practice saving for big-ticket items.
  • Insight into a future job: A good job can give your teen valuable insight into what they may want to do after high school. They may discover they enjoy working with people or they might decide that they want to own a business.If nothing else, a part-time job gives your teen valuable work experience that they can list on future job applications.
  • Less time to get into trouble: If your teen heads straight from school to a job, it shortens the amount of free time they have to engage in risky behaviors. They'll be less likely to be bored when a job keeps them busy.
  • Life skills: A job couldinstill confidence and independence in your teen. If they work with customers, it can teach them how to handle difficult situations and improve their communication skills.
  • Work skills: An after-school job will help your teenager gain work skills—such as how to complete a job application, how to do well in an interview, and how to work for a supervisor.

Cons of Part-Time Jobs

There are definitely some risks teens face when becoming employed. Weigh these drawbacks against the benefits and your teen's particular needs and other risk factors.

  • Less time to study:Research shows that students who work more than 20 hours a week have lower grade point averages than students who work 10 hours or less a week. Your teen may have to stay up late to finish their homework or they might put less effort into school when they're employed.
  • Negative impression of work: Working for a disorganized employer or an untrained supervisor could give your teen a negative impression of employment. Unfortunately, studies show teens may become victims of sexual harassment when they become employed.
  • Missed opportunities: Being obligated to work a shift could take away from the high school experience.It could be difficult for your teen to participate in a sports team, drama production, or volunteer opportunity if they have a part-time job.
  • More stress: Working too many hours could cause your teen to become stressed out. The purpose of a job is to give your child a little more freedom by earning their own money. If they never have time to spend that money having fun, what’s the point?
  • Increased risk of substance abuse: Studies show kids who work are actually at increased risk of drinking alcohol or using drugs. Theextra spending money and the added responsibilities may lead some teens to make poorer choices.

Signs a Teen Is Ready for a Job

Aside from having the time and the drive to find part-time employment, there are some additional characteristics that may indicate that your teen is ready for a job.

  • Good time management skills: If your teen consistently arrives to school or after-school activities on time, budgets their time effectively, and consistently stays on top of school assignments, then they may be able to handle the added commitment of a part-time job.
  • Strong communication skills: Entering the workforce requires the ability to be assertive when necessary. If your teen is confident in communicating with others, they may be ready for part-time employment.
  • Sense of commitment and good follow through: Holding down a job requires that your teen be responsible and committed. If they struggle to follow through on projects or honor their commitments, they may not be ready for part-time employment.
  • Willingness to be a team player: Having a job requires that your teen know how to get along with other people and complete tasks that they may not want to do at times. If your teen is able to work alongside others with minimal conflict or complaint, they may be ready for a part-time job.

A Word From Verywell

Deciding whether to let your teen get a job isn't a decision you should make lightly. Having a job while in high school is not right for every teen. You will need to determine if your child has the time, the maturity, and the responsibility to juggle a job along with their other commitments.

If you're on the fence, encourage your teen to start with asummer job. Summer employment won’t interfere with school and it can keep your teen busy during the summer months. If a summer job goes well, your teen may be ready to work during the school year.

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Is it good for teenager to have part-time jobs? ›

It gives them an understanding of the rules of the workplace and teaches good timekeeping, reliability, responsibility and working as part of a team. It also helps to build their confidence. 'Some young people build a career out of their part-time job.

What are the cons of getting a job as a teenager? ›

Cons
  • Studies show that teens who work more than 15 hours a week receive lower grades than students who work less or do not work at all.
  • Teens who work may find it difficult to keep up extracurricular activities and friendships.
  • Some studies show that teens who work are more likely to use illegal drugs or alcohol.
6 Jan 2021

Should teenagers get a job what are the advantages disadvantages? ›

Jobs help kids develop a greater sense of self. Teens that work a reasonable amount of hours—less than 15 hours a week—get better grades than teens who don't work. Jobs help kids learn to manage money and understand personal finance. Jobs help kids transition from youth to adulthood.

What are the advantages and disadvantages for students doing part-time jobs? ›

Advantages and disadvantages of Part-Time Job for Students:
Advantages of working while studyingDisadvantages of working while studying
Helps you gain work experienceLack of job security
Good MoneyLack of extra benefits
Money managementCan effect your study
Opportunity of networkingHealth problem
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Should students do part-time jobs? ›

One of the biggest values of having a part-time job as a student is that it's a great way to learn about yourself, and what you want out of life. Working hard at a daily job makes you develop into an independent person who takes responsibility for his or her actions.

Should high school kids have jobs? ›

Having a job gives students their own money and can help them understand the true value of a dollar. It can teach the importance of budgeting. Students can see how quickly hard-earned money can disappear on frivolous things. It can teach time-management skills.

Is working part-time enough? ›

Part-Time Job Cons

The number of hours that part-time employees work often fluctuates, so you may not earn enough each week to cover your expenses. Some part-time employees average just under 30 hours per week making them ineligible for medical and dental health plans that full-time workers receive, according to SHRM.

Why teenagers should have after school jobs? ›

An afterschool job is a great way for your teenager to gain experience. They'll also make connections with people, and learn what the working world is all about. As a bonus, they'll even start to understand the value of a dollar!

Why should high school students have part-time jobs? ›

Even though you may not think the skills you're developing at a part-time job will be useful to your career, they can be! Part-time jobs teach skills every employer is looking for: commitment, time management, teamwork, leadership, organization, customer service – the list goes on! So put yourself out there.

What age should a teenager get a job? ›

As a general rule, the FLSA sets 14 years old as the minimum age for employment, and limits the number of hours worked by minors under the age of 16.

What are the benefits of being a teenager? ›

7 Reasons Why Being a Teenager is Great ...
  • 1 Happy Medium. ...
  • 2 An Excuse to Try Different Things. ...
  • 3 Life Filled with Exciting Things. ...
  • 4 Room for Mistakes. ...
  • 5 More Freedom, Less Responsibilities. ...
  • 6 Being in Your Best Shape. ...
  • 7 Having Summer off.

What are the benefits of having a part-time job? ›

6 Benefits of Working Part-Time Instead of Full Time
  • Working Part-Time Versus Full Time.
  • More Free Time to Pursue Other Projects and Activities.
  • Opening Doors to New Job Opportunities.
  • Opportunity to Earn More Money.
  • Reduced Stress Levels and Improved Health.
  • The Importance of Family.
  • Saving Money on Transportation Costs.

Why should teenagers have jobs? ›

When teens choose to have a job, employment teaches responsibility and good work habits, improves time management and organizational skills and helps them save money. Working also gives teens an opportunity to establish contacts with adult employers that can serve as a future reference.

Should teenager work while they are students? ›

The benefits of working during adolescence are well established: a job can help teenagers develop a sense of responsibility, a greater sense of self, learn to manage and appreciate the value of hard-earned money, and give them an idea of what adulthood might be like.

Why do teens work part-time? ›

Not only can early employment help you build up long-term savings, but it also makes you financially aware from a young age, meaning you'll have better budgeting and money management skills when you're older, avoiding heaps of debt in the process!

Are part-time jobs good for students essay? ›

Having a part-time job helps students to acquire time management skills in the sense that they treasure every time they get and use it efficiently. This happens because their study time is now preoccupied by the job thus having to restructure their schedule to fit in the study time, work time, leisure time etc.

Do part-time jobs affect students grades? ›

And there is one bonus—data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests that students who work 10 to 15 hours per week while taking a full class load have stronger grades than those who don't work at all. Students who have jobs are forced to develop better self-discipline and life skills.

Why should students have a job? ›

In addition to offering a paycheck, some independence, and satisfaction, a part-time job can provide both training and experience. Employment teaches students about responsibility and can also reinforce what they are learning in school.

Why do students need to work? ›

One of the most important aspects of working as a student is that you have the opportunity to gain experience. If you decide you want to start working part-time in the field of your studies or possible future job that's awesome!

How many hours should a teenager work? ›

4 hours per day on any school day. 8 hours on any nonschool day or on any day preceding a nonschool day. 48 hours per week. Work Experience Education (WEE) students and personal attendants may work more than 4 hours on a school day, but never more than 8 hours.

Are part-time workers happier? ›

The study found that those who were happiest, however, were either working part-time, “or had been furloughed but were still working one day a week,” the report said.

How do I survive a part-time job? ›

It may be difficult but there are strategies you can use to help you live off of a part-time job.
  1. Determine If the Job Is Right for You. ...
  2. Start With a Plan for Your Finances. ...
  3. Create a Tight Budget. ...
  4. Consider Working Two Jobs. ...
  5. Keep Looking for a New Job.
25 Jun 2019

Which part time jobs is best for students? ›

5 part-time jobs for college students
  1. On-campus positions. Working in an on-campus position can give you the chance to work alongside your peers, allowing you to build professional relationships and networks for your career. ...
  2. Retail and marketing positions. ...
  3. Food-service jobs. ...
  4. Paid internships. ...
  5. Freelancing.
16 Aug 2022

Should students work after school? ›

An after-school job is invaluable in providing a child with experience in the working world beyond home and school. With a job, he can learn responsibility, dependability and how to work with others; all skills that he can apply in other areas of life.

Should you get a job while in school? ›

No matter the industry you hope to work in after college, working while in college can strengthen one important soft skill that will help you as you progress through your career: time management. Working college students have no choice but to master this skill as they balance their studies with work.

What are the disadvantages of part-time work for students? ›

Drawbacks of Teens Holding a Part-Time Job
  • Less time for homework. Working students may not have or make the time to complete their work.
  • Higher rates of absenteeism and less school involvement. ...
  • Lower grades in school. ...
  • More likely to use drugs and alcohol. ...
  • Development of negative views of work itself. ...
  • Increased stress.
2 Apr 2010

Why do students prefer doing part time jobs during their studies? ›

In current time, students are choosing to work part time while pursuing their studies. Some are opting this because of financial instability, whereas others are doing so to gain some experience in the same field.

Does having a part-time job affect high school students? ›

Working during high school can also negatively affect students' social lives. Students who work in high school are less likely to be involved in extracurricular activities. They may feel left out and isolated from friends, especially on the weekends if they are at work and their friends are out enjoying themselves.

How do part time jobs teach responsibility? ›

A first job actually teaches teens some pretty important skills. It shows them, in a sense, how to "work"; how to be responsible and navigate expectations. They learn to ask questions and take orders and criticism from people who aren't loving family members.

Is 14 a good age to start dating? ›

As a general guideline, Dr. Eagar advises not allowing single dating before age sixteen. “There's an enormous difference between a fourteen- or fifteen-year- old and a sixteen- or seventeen-year-old in terms of life experience,” he says.

Can a 13 year old work at Starbucks? ›

You must be 16 years old to be a barista. To be a shift supervisor you must be 18.

When should a kid get a job? ›

Generally, California's legal working age is 14. However, minors aged 14 through 17 face significant restrictions on when and where they can work, as well as how many hours they can work in a week. Most need their parents' permission to work.

What is the life of a teenager? ›

The life of a teenager seems to change daily. Constantly exposed to new ideas, social situations and people, teenagers work to develop their personalities and interests during this time of great change. Before their teenage years, these adolescents focused on school, play, and gaining approval from their parents.

Is being a teenager easy? ›

Ask any parent of teenagers and they'll likely agree, parenting teens isn't for the faint of heart. In fact, some days it can be hard as hell. But make no mistake about it, being a teenager is hard, too. The teenage years are unquestionably the most awkward, challenging and frustrating years of a person's life.

What is the most important thing for a teenager? ›

6 Things Teenagers Need
  1. Develop their distinct identity and a sense of their uniqueness. ...
  2. Progressively separate themselves from their childhood dependency on their parents. ...
  3. Develop meaningful relationships with peers and others outside the family. ...
  4. Develop their capacity to relate well to the opposite sex.

Why are less teenagers working? ›

“Teenagers are working really hard.” In addition to the time constraints on kids, a reduced demand for low-wage work and increased competition from older workers, among other factors, have also contributed to the sharp drop in labor force participation, the Brookings study found.

Do you think 14 years old teenagers should be allowed to hold jobs? ›

Getting a job will teach kids many life lessons. For example, learn responsibilities by working and seeing what their parents had to go through. Also, earning money offers an opportunity for financial education (College). Lastly a job at such a young age is a very good way for kids to experience adult life.

What part-time job means? ›

A part-time worker is someone who works fewer hours than a full-time worker. There's no specific number of hours that makes someone full or part-time, but a full-time worker will usually work 35 hours or more a week.

How many hours should students work? ›

The amount of hours a student should work during college is close to 15-20 hours per week. This will help students to stay afloat with payments such as housing, tuition, food, clothing, transportation, among other necessities. They may even earn some extra money just for fun.

How many hours can a highschool student work? ›

18 hours in a school week; 8 hours on a non-school day; 40 hours in a non-school week; and. between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., except from June 1 through Labor Day, when nighttime work hours are extended to 9 p.m.

Why should I work hard in school? ›

When kids work hard in school, they learn knowledge and develop skills. That builds confidence and self-esteem. 2) Working hard prepares kids for higher levels of education. Doing well in elementary school generally leads to good grades in middle and high school.

What is the advantage and disadvantages? ›

As nouns, the difference between disadvantage and advantage is that disadvantage is a weakness or undesirable characteristic; a con while the advantage is any condition, circumstance, opportunity, or means, particularly favorable to success, or any desired end.

What are the problems of working students? ›

Working students have less time to study their lesson. Classes which require extensive reading and writing are affected (Powers, 2013). They can be always late for their classes. This may result in poor academic performance and low grades.

What are the consequences of having a job while in high school? ›

Working during high school can also negatively affect students' social lives. Students who work in high school are less likely to be involved in extracurricular activities. They may feel left out and isolated from friends, especially on the weekends if they are at work and their friends are out enjoying themselves.

Do you think 14 years old teenagers should be allowed to hold jobs? ›

Getting a job will teach kids many life lessons. For example, learn responsibilities by working and seeing what their parents had to go through. Also, earning money offers an opportunity for financial education (College). Lastly a job at such a young age is a very good way for kids to experience adult life.

What age should a teenager get a job? ›

As a general rule, the FLSA sets 14 years old as the minimum age for employment, and limits the number of hours worked by minors under the age of 16.

Should I get a job at 15? ›

Learning what you like to do

By starting work when you're 15, you will open yourself up to more opportunities and have a better chance of finding a job that you really enjoy. If you can find a job you enjoy at a young age, you can focus on becoming the best you can be at it and rise to the top when you're still young.

Do part-time jobs affect students grades? ›

And there is one bonus—data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests that students who work 10 to 15 hours per week while taking a full class load have stronger grades than those who don't work at all. Students who have jobs are forced to develop better self-discipline and life skills.

What are the effects of part-time jobs for students? ›

Results also showed that being in debt and part time working both have a very slight (though significant), detrimental effect on both mental and physical health of students. Accordingly, working more hours increased the probability that a student perceived a negative effect on academic performance.

How many hours a week do teenagers work? ›

Hours Teens Are Legally Allowed to Work

There are also rules about how many hours they can work each day. They can work up to 3 hours per day on a school day, and 18 hours total during a school week. They can work up to 8 hours on a non-school day, and 40 hours total during a non-school week.

Why should kids get a job? ›

Working part-time is a great way for your child to transition into making their own money and learning to manage it effectively. Learning important skills. High school students who work learn good time-management skills and organization. They learn important communication skills and how to work on a team.

What are the benefits of having a part-time job? ›

6 Benefits of Working Part-Time Instead of Full Time
  • Working Part-Time Versus Full Time.
  • More Free Time to Pursue Other Projects and Activities.
  • Opening Doors to New Job Opportunities.
  • Opportunity to Earn More Money.
  • Reduced Stress Levels and Improved Health.
  • The Importance of Family.
  • Saving Money on Transportation Costs.

What are the benefits of getting a job? ›

Top 6 benefits of working a 9-to-5 job
  • You'll Get a Regular Paycheck.
  • Chance to Meet New People.
  • Gives You a Sense of Identity.
  • Hone Your Skills and Learn New Ones.
  • Gives You an Intellectual Challenge.
  • Allows You to Gain Access to a Work Community.
27 Jan 2022

Is 14 a good age to start dating? ›

As a general guideline, Dr. Eagar advises not allowing single dating before age sixteen. “There's an enormous difference between a fourteen- or fifteen-year- old and a sixteen- or seventeen-year-old in terms of life experience,” he says.

Can a 13 year old work at Starbucks? ›

You must be 16 years old to be a barista. To be a shift supervisor you must be 18.

When should a kid get a job? ›

Generally, California's legal working age is 14. However, minors aged 14 through 17 face significant restrictions on when and where they can work, as well as how many hours they can work in a week. Most need their parents' permission to work.

What age does Starbucks hire? ›

Facts About Working at Starbucks

Hiring Age: 16 years old (How old do you have to be to work at Starbucks?) Printable Application: Yes.

Can I work at mcdonalds at 14? ›

No you cannot. Can you work here age 14? You have to be age 16, and have finished high school.

Why is it important to get a job as a teenager? ›

When teens choose to have a job, employment teaches responsibility and good work habits, improves time management and organizational skills and helps them save money. Working also gives teens an opportunity to establish contacts with adult employers that can serve as a future reference.

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