Winter Teen Jobs
Looking for winter teen jobs? Seasonal jobs can get you a few extra dollars to add to your allowance or to fill in now that your summer money has run out.
Winter jobs can require a little more creativity because some of the typical summer outdoors work just doesn't work in the colder and shorter days of winter. But that doesn't mean jobs for teens can't be found! Take a look at our suggestions - use them as they are or fine tune them for yourself.
First things first
The same guidelines that applied for summer teen jobs apply for winter teen jobs, too. Need a refresher? Check out these pages for some guidelines:
- Make sure your old enough by checking age guidelines here.
- Not as many of the worst teen jobs are options in the winter but make sure you are not considering ones that make the list.
- Figure out whether you want to work for yourself or someone else. This may be different than how you felt in the summer. You may love the heat but can't stand the cold. Also, give this teen entrepreneur quiz a try.
It's worth a couple of minutes to review this information before you get started. Things seem to go smoother when you get started on the right track instead of trying to correct course once you get started.
Winter Jobs for Teens: Working for someone else
Decided that working for someone else is the best option for you? Steady paychecks are a great budget and planning help. Plus, there are a number of things that you don't have to worry about on the business side.
There are lots of options although many of them may require having your own transportation - and it won't be as easy as walking to the neighborhood pool. If you've got that handled, then it's time to get started!
Winter Jobs for Teens: Working for yourself
Want to work for yourself? The flexibility of working for yourself can be a payoff in itself. Plus, you can work in the comfort of your home or around your own neighborhood.
But, winter is not good for lemonade stands or lawnmowing...are there winter options? Yep. And we've got some to get you started. In fact - there are three pages! Be sure to check out this page for both fall and winter jobs for teens. And this one for even more winter teen business ideas. And finally... this page for info on starting your own website -- a year-round option of working for yourself!
So...let's get started! Winter jobs don't have to just be seasonal jobs. They can turn into jobs that you can do all year long!
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