Many good paying kid jobs both temporary and/or part-time are available for kids and teenagers who persistently seek them. Listed here are a few suggestions and ideas.
Answering phones, Babysitting, Bagging groceries, Caring for the elderly, Checking out groceries/items, Cleaning gargages and attics, Cutting grass, Delivering advertisements, Delivering groceries, Delivering papers and other items. Feeding dogs/pets, and Fixing or repairing things.
Grooming dogs/pets, Helping with gargage sales, Housecleaning, Keeping the streets clean in your neighborhood, Moving Furniture, Online computer jobs, Online surveys (very high paying), Paper routes, Putting out the garbage, Raking leaves, and Running errands.
Shopping for seniors and others, Small home repair jobs, Small painting jobs, Special projects, Stocking shelves, Sweeping/cleaning, Taking in garbage cans, Trimming hedges/shrubbery/trees, Vacuum carpets, Walking dogs, Washing cars/waxing, Washing garbage cans, Washing windows, Waxing floors, and Working in local shops and stores. There are many more that can be found using your own imagination.
Remember all of these jobs for future reference and be prepared to make suggestions when talking with potential customers/employers. Add to your list as you find new and different type jobs.
Once you get a job do it well and prove to be dependable. Always remember to try and schedule it again for a future date. Keep good schedules and records and before long you’ll be in a position to choose the good paying and fun jobs you like and leave the rest for others.
Remember this for an extra bonus….many people will often pay a kid more than a job is worth for a job well done.