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    I am going to turn 15 in just over a month, and due to personal reasons I need a job to chip in. Any ideas on who would perhaps be willing to take on an under aged worker?
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    I wouldn't recommend working until you have finished your GCSEs, or at least at a stable point and you know what you're doing.
    Having a job can be hard work, and thats the reason you have to wait to receive your national insurance number.
    If you haven't got your national insurance number yet, i would 110% wait. Without this you cannot be insured legally, which means if you're injured at work, you cant claim.

    If you do however really need to find a job, local cafes and charity shops should be able to help you out, although at a very low wage, or nothing at all. But experience is gained, and it'll all be worth it.

    Hope everything works out for you.
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    I am going to turn 15 in just over a month, and due to personal reasons I need a job to chip in. Any ideas on who would perhaps be willing to take on an under aged worker?
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