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Top 10 Part-Time Jobs for Teens

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Tutoring


If your teen enjoys working with adults or kids and excels at school subjects such as math, science, English, computer software, or foreign languages, he can establish a money-making business. Tutoring younger children in school subjects or teaching adults computer knowledge, software applications, and technology are great ways to help others while earning some part-time cash. School work and other activities will stay at top priority since your teen can schedule their own hours of work. This opportunity will also strengthen your teen's teaching and people skills, while solidifying his knowledge in her field of expertise.

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