I'm 14 and I live in Ottawa. Where can I work other than babysitting?
A good answer was given by warlock for the same question:
Businesses that often employ teenagers include:
-Child care centers
-Fast food places
-Newspapers (delivery routes)
-Parks and pools (lifeguarding)
-Golf courses (caddying)
You can also make money without working for someone else. Start your own part-time business. Here are a few ideas:
-Tutor a fellow classmate in one of your best subjects
-Mow lawns in summer, shovel walks and driveways in winter
-Pet sit for neighbors on vacation or walk dogs
-Assist with gardening or lawn care (mowing, weeding)
-Type school papers for other students
-Use your computer expertise to help other students or adults
-Be a mother's helper or nanny for a busy mom
-Plant a garden and sell your produce to neighbors
-Sell baked goods to neighbors or at a local farmers market
-Start your own DJ business
-Be a mother's helper or part-time nanny
-Make baked goods and sell them at a local farmers' market.
Type up a flyer about your services and distribute copies to houses in your neighborhood or surrounding area.