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What would be a good site or a good way to make money at 15?

I have my mind set on becoming a lawyer, and going to a good college, but i know in order to do that, i need to have the money to put myself in college and give myself a good life, if you have any tips please let me know, i enjoy writing books, so if you know of any websites that i can sell books please let me know what websites

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Jennifer’s Answer

There are many different job opportunities based on your interests and schedule. Take a look at this Indeed resource for 25 popular jobs for teens: https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/finding-a-job/best-jobs-for-teenagers
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Elisha’s Answer

Money is Good Go have your Cash Champ..

At the age of 15, there are several options to consider for making money:

Babysitting or Pet Sitting: Offer your services to neighbors or family friends who need help looking after their children or pets.

Yard Work: Offer to mow lawns, rake leaves, shovel snow, or do gardening for people in your community.

Tutoring: If you excel in a particular subject, you could offer tutoring services to younger students who need help.

Odd Jobs: Offer to run errands, do grocery shopping, or perform other small tasks for people in your neighborhood.

Lemonade Stand: Classic yet effective, setting up a lemonade stand on a warm day can be a fun way to earn some money.

Online Freelancing: Depending on your skills, you might be able to offer services like graphic design, writing, or social media management on platforms like Fiverr or Upwork.

Online Surveys: Participate in online surveys or market research studies that offer small payments.

Sell Crafts or Artwork: If you're creative, you can sell handmade crafts, artwork, or digital products on platforms like Etsy.

Car Wash: Offer car wash services to neighbors or family members.

Participate in Local Events: Look for opportunities to participate in local events or fairs where you can set up a booth or sell items.

Remember to consider local laws and regulations regarding working at your age, and always prioritize safety and communication with your parents or guardians.
Thank you comment icon Thank you so much for the advice! Jazlene
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Kimberly’s Answer

Hello, good question.
There are a lot of opportunities depending where you live. For example, if you live near a rural area, you can do labor and other physical activities. If you live near a city, you could be a messenger or assist with the elderly (running errands, cutting grass, grocery shopping, etc.) You could also start a dog-walking/bathing company if there seems to be a need for that in your area.
Just get creative. Think off things people have to do everyday and find a way to make it easier for them. Good luck
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Nyeesha’s Answer

You could write a book and sell it on Amazon. Other ways to make money is washing cars, cleaning yards, dog sitting, baby sitting, and cutting grass.
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Bea’s Answer

Hi Jazlene,

It's truly inspiring to hear that at just 15, you already have a clear vision for your future. The dedication you're showing in chasing your dreams, backed by your own hard work, is extraordinary. I have no doubt that you're on the path to becoming a successful lawyer.

It's also fascinating to learn about your passion for writing books. There are numerous resources available that can guide you in publishing your own work. One such resource is the link below, which could be a great starting point for you:
https://kdp.amazon.com/en_US/

Best of luck on your exciting journey!
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Tammy’s Answer

Hi Jazlene,

It is great that you are thinking ahead about how to fund your future plans. Getting a start on working will give you good references, good experience, motivation and a good work ethic.

When my daughter was 15 years old she got her first job at the local library and then moved on to a local coffee shop, then a retail store. Surprisingly, as a now senior policy analyst, she was able to "buy back" her library service to increase her future pension!

When I was 16 years old I created a homemade "business card" and went to all the law offices in my small town. One of the lawyers was so impressed that he hired me to help out his secretary for the summer. I was even tasked with closing real estate deal!

Other young people I know have earned money by babysitting, tutoring and typing essays for university students.

Ask around and see what people dislike doing, for example, gardening, shovelling snow, babysitting pets, etc. and offer to do it for them.

Good luck!
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Erum’s Answer

It's truly inspiring to see your determination to fund your own college education and your optimism about the future.
If writing books is your forte, continue to harness this skill. You could consider offering ghostwriting services, which can be a lucrative venture. Explore freelance companies and consider partnering with them, or create an engaging profile on social media platforms to attract potential clients.
As for your college and university assignments, there's no need for concern. There are highly reputable top dissertation writing services agencies available that provide invaluable assistance to students, helping them achieve impressive grades.
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