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Hi I am 13 and I need of a desperate JOB as I want to help out of my family please if you have any ideas please help I live in lowestoft and would like to work I turn 14 in November
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you can do things like babysitting and dogwalking ?
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Charley that nice of you your parents might be proud of you
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Hi I am 13 and I need of a desperate JOB as I want to help out of my family please if you have any ideas please help I live in lowestoft and would like to work I turn 14 in November
Try primark
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you are too young to work
your family will manage, they can claim benefits and ****
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you can do things like babysitting and dogwalking ?
How do I ask around or stuff like or post things online??
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How do I ask around or stuff like or post things online??
the old fashioned way was to put a card in the post office window - lots of supermarkets have community boards these days. You could also join local Facebook groups or Nextdoor and offer your services.
I'd start with babysitting - as a dog owner I wouldn't use a walker without the right insurance
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the old fashioned way was to put a card in the post office window - lots of supermarkets have community boards these days. You could also join local Facebook groups or Nextdoor and offer your services.
I'd start with babysitting - as a dog owner I wouldn't use a walker without the right insurance
you would seriously allow a 13 year old to babysit?
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Have you spoken to your School to get advice?

Could always try dishwashing in a local cafe at the weekend?
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you would seriously allow a 13 year old to babysit?
at nearly 14 and local I might but then my daughter never left her bed to meet any of her babysitters over the years.
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Why do you need a job?
Also - https://www.gov.uk/child-employment/...ild-employment
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at nearly 14 and local I might but then my daughter never left her bed to meet any of her babysitters over the years.
i defo wouldn't, wouldn't even trust a 13 year old to babysit my dog
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i defo wouldn't, wouldn't even trust a 13 year old to babysit my dog
If you knew the 13 year old and their behaviour, would you?
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i defo wouldn't, wouldn't even trust a 13 year old to babysit my dog
I wouldn't leave a dog with a child, for sure
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Why do you need a job?
Also - https://www.gov.uk/child-employment/...ild-employment
You have just answered question that I was looking into

The OP needs to read this and be grateful for understanding
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If you knew the 13 year old and their behaviour, would you?
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Charley that nice of you your parents might be proud of you
I don't think so ;-;
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I wouldn't leave a dog with a child, for sure
I have a dog myself he is mine I take him on walks feed him and give him the attention he needs also I look after my little sister who has autism and is 3 years old after my parents are busy with other things.
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Hi I am 13 and I need of a desperate JOB as I want to help out of my family please if you have any ideas please help I live in lowestoft and would like to work I turn 14 in November
Paper round
Until you are 16 though, your options are very limited.
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Try primark
Primark, like many shops (especially the big chains) will not take on people under 16.
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