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We provide jobs for teens from all around the world.

This teen jobs bank is host to jobs for teens irrespective of where they live in the world. In fact, this section of this global job opportunity database wholly is dedicated to employment opportunities for teens.

This is the premium teen jobs database!

This employment website for teens is designed in a simple and straightforward way to make it easy for industrious teens to find the job vacancies they seek.

Posting job vacancies here is also easy to do . . . it's as simple as A-B-C.

Let me be upfront with you.

This jobs for teens database is a free job bank. When I say free, I really mean free.

Employers and employment agencies who post job vacancies, job openings, or jobs for teens in this global job opportunity bank pay nothing.

We offer free job listing to employers irrespective of the number of job openings they wish to post here, the country they operate from, or the industry they represent.

Job seekers who desperately need a job also use this teen jobs database free. Even teens and older folks who already have a job but are looking for the next big thing . . . the big break, the dream employment with juicy remuneration . . . also use this employment website free.

Bottom line.

This teen jobs database is completely free to use by employers and job seekers irrespective of where they live in the world.

Post jobs free. Find jobs free. It's my gift to you.

Employers . . . post job vacancies using the form below.

Job seekers . . . see available job openings underneath the form below. You can also search the site using the job search engine.

Why Teen Jobs? Why Do Teens
Have To Work?

The age bracket referred to as the teen years is about 13 - 19 years. If you are within this age bracket, then you are a teen.

But why should teens have to work? Isn't this the time when they should be watching TV or cruising with friends?

Well, if your parents are rich and can provide everything you need, you don't have to work. If your parents are providing you all that money can buy, you could spend your teen years . . .

  • Watching TV
  • Going to the movies
  • Making friends
  • Studying long and hard
  • Going on vacation
  • Learning a hobby
  • Playing games (eg. Chess, table tennis)
  • Learning new skills (eg swimming) or
  • Generally loafing around

    You can spend your time as you wish as long as someone else . . . your parents . . . are paying the bills.

    However, if you come from a poor home, you won't have that luxury of time. You will have no choice but to enter the labour market in your early teens.

    Poor parents earn little from their paid employment. A lot of these parents do menial jobs from day to day and earn about a dollar per day. Conditions are even worse in third world countries like those in Africa.

    Consequently, the children in the home have to join forces with their parents to make ends meet. These children either take up menial work along with their parents or find . . .

  • office jobs
  • cleaning jobs
  • clerical jobs
  • trading jobs

    . . . or any kind of job that come their way.

    The fundamental reason for getting the children to work is to increase the family earnings and therefore improve the family's standard of living.

    The above describes one reason why teens work and why jobs for teens have become popular.

    The other reason why teens work is . . . exposure to real life challenges.

    The teens of today are the adults of tomorrow . . . the fathers and mothers of tomorrow, the future leaders of the country of their origin.

    When teens are employed in jobs that match their age and that are legal, they learn how to be industrious, organized, committed, passionate about result, and resourceful.

    The knowledge and experience they gain during this attachment to an organization often helps them to have a balanced view of how the world operates and help them choose their career path and grow up as responsible adults.

    Are you a teen? Should you work, say, during your holiday period?

    That is a personal decision.

    However, as your parents will tell you, the work environment is different from the school or home environment. The sooner you understand why mom and dad get up early and go to work five days per week, the sooner you will understand why you should take your studies seriously and avoid bad friends.

    My advice?

    Experience what it is like to work in your teen years. But only accept jobs for teens. Be wary of jobs that promise huge gains for little work. That is not common in real life.

    How To Post Jobs And Find A Job

    Use the job listing form below to post jobs in this employment website.

    It's simple. Just type.

    When you are done typing, click the "Upload Your Job Vacancies" button and your job posting will be uploaded to this global job site.

    Read the job posting guidelines for more details.

    Looking for a job?

    View the job links underneath the job posting form below and search for the job of your dreams there.

    P.S: Job seekers . . . post your resume in the free resume database so employers who need your services can find you.

    P.P.S: Post or find job opportunities by country, profession, or industry.

    Post Jobs For Teens Free

    Have job vacancies for teens?

    Simply post the job vacancies here using the form below.

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    It's totally FREE!

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