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answered by ELITE (3,032 points) 5 21 40
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I think this depends on what opportunities are available, and whether these opportunities suit their interest. As for me, I started earning when I was in high school. I have had passion for arts since I was a kid, and through constant practice I pretty much improved and developed skills on my own. Since no one really taught me, I knew how hard it is for people who are just beginning to discover how to work things out. Here comes the opportunity to earn. I began giving art lessons to kids. I also joined several art contests that would get me discounts to art supplies and a chance to join other major art contests. I think when you discover what you really want, you can make use of it to earn money. If you're into music, you can either teach other people or perform in various events.

Another opportunity is the academics. Since I kind of do well in math, I also did tutor some kids in our neighborhood. That way, I don't only earn but also get to review amd learn new techniques.
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answered by Patron (2,970 points) 2 12 29
I started working when i was 15 and i really know how teens feel about having their own money etc etc. It really depends where you live but there are many things teens can do to start making money - they can give languageLclasses if they are really good like i did, they caan work online in several different things and they can also work more traditional local jobs such as bagging groceries or at retail. Thankfully nowadays the web has many options for People and teens do not even need to leave their house to start making some solid cash, there are sites on the web like Answeree for example that allow peoplle to get some money here and there, teens can also YouTube and try to make some cash, they can alaoalaoablog or sell stuff on the web
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answered by ELITE (3,008 points) 2 6 13
There are different ways teens can earn money decently though this depends largely on the environment.
In a country like mine,  it is fundamental that most teens are supposed to be in the college or universities at this stage so they have limited time to earn. The few ways I know that teens can earn are as follows :

Sale representative,  there lots of super markets around that the require the services of  teens especially the ladies to help them to sell in the shop on a monthly salary. The beauty of it is that their ability to read,  write and communicate in English and the major language in that environment qualify them.

Buying and selling, there are some teens that are so creative that they buy wears at cheaper rate from their ends and take it to school to sell to their school mates at higher price just to make profits decently.

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