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    Hi, im 15 going on 16 on February and im in need for a job i want to do something interesting!! Please help me would be really appreciated☺

    If you go to a sports club you can get a low level qualification (tennis level 1 coaching takes up two weekends) and help out at lessons for children. I coach u8 hockey and I get paid, though not much!

    If your area has lots of young children, babysitting is really good and pays quite well.

    I doubt think there are many interesting jobs for 16yr olds

    I'm not sure if this would appeal to you because I'd be slightly embarrassed, but for a little extra money this Christmas you could work as one of Santa's elves if there is a grotto near you. Also little restaurants, juice bars and cafes are very pleasant places to work often taking on younger people.
    If you have a David Lloyd Gym near you, a lot of my friends have gotten jobs at the cafe and restaurant there as they accept employees and 16
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