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    I'm 14 and stuck for ideas on how to earn money"
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    Child Labor isn't good.
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    Getting a job would be a good start.

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    Child Labor isn't good.

    I used to do newspaper rounds
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    Quick? - rob a bank
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    Due to your age you'll have a hard time getting a conventional job, but you could try things like baby sitting and dog walking? You'd be surprised how high the demand is.
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    make jewellery just cheap stuff with glass beads or silver trinkets like i did now 6 years on i'm talking on rolexes and large finished jewellery worth thousands of pound a pop (say one piece is what most guys earn in 5 years on minimum wage if i can get it)
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    paper round, glass collecting in a pub, skittles ally boy, helping on a farm, local theater, busking, pet sitting, wash neigbours cars, do odd jobs for friends parents, but chocolate crisps etc from a cash and carry and sell at your school for a profit (tuck shop), find a market and sell to your friends, bake cakes and sell them
 
 
 
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