How to make money as a modern day 13 year old?

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  1. Jacob Not Active

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    Hey Im 13 now and seem to be mooching off everyone I know for everything. I feel like i need to be more independant so I was wondering what jobs in the state of kansas do you think a 13 year old can do or whatever. It would help if it was from some one who had a job at my age and such.
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    When school is out of session you can work on a private farm picking and selling fruits and vegetables.
    de-tasseling corn is a great option.

    you also have all the options of casual labor and gainful employment that is legal for anyone under 14:
    You can mow lawns and other yard work(as casual labor only)
    You can clean houses(as casual labor only)
    You can wash cars(as casual labor only)
    You can Tutor(as casual labor only)
    You can work as a pet-sitter/dog-walker(as casual labor only)
    You can assist the elderly.(as casual labor only)
    You can work as a baby-sitter.(as casual labor only)
    just to name a few ideas............................



    gainful employment that is legal at 13 or younger in some cases:
    You can deliver, or sell at a street stand, newspapers and periodicals (selling subscriptions is not allowed)
    You can work as an actor or performer in motion pictures, television, theater or radio.
    You can work in a business solely owned or operated by your parents.
    You can work on a farm owned or operated by your parents.
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    you could try doing chores around the house: (sweeping, washing floors, cleaning dishes, mowing people's lawns, babysitting). thats pretty much how i earn my money.
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    i sudjest paper route
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