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Any (paid) job experience could be helpful to get some money and some understanding of how a specific business work. An initial job experience can lead to another, and then another one. Specially if you are starting, there's nothing to loose right? Start with any job that you can do reasonable well and get money for doing it. Try to apply for jobs at local businesses and/or start offering any service you can do for some money.
Job experience can get you personal satisfaction, but is also a pre-requisite for some jobs. Are you looking to get to a specific job that requires that experience? What is that job that you want to do?
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Great question you have asked! Since you are still in high school, could you maybe get a job where your family works if possible? You could do something very entry level such as be a receptionist, busser, or host at any restaurants you may have near you. When you go to apply for the job, make sure you are professionally dressed and be your best self.
Job experience comes in many facets. As you go through life you accrue experience - from assisting with household chores, learning to cook, and even caring for relatives. These are things that allow you to show a potential employer that you are steadfast, eager, helpful, and energetic. As a young person, you can add these life experiences as skills to your resume.
What you want to show is a willingness to learn and grow. You can show that you have an open mind, can accept the challenges of new skills, and possess the ability to adapt to change. Never discount the day-to-day of life growth, as experience that can move into skills.
Also, volunteer whenever and however you can. The skills and knowledge you gain are immeasurable, and can lead to new and exciting opportunities. I believe this might be really effective in smaller communities - as people will see your work ethic and pass the word to others. Again, leading to more chances to increase your experience portfolio.
Best of luck on your journey.....
You could start your own business offering to do landscaping, yard work, odd jobs for people? If you do that, get yourself a small receipt book, and any time someone pays you, give them a receipt. Keep your copy of the receipt in a binder or file folder, to show proof of income.
This will also be your way of showing job experience. If there is a farm or nursery near by, see if you can work there, same with diners or restaurants, deli's, any place like that.
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