How old were you when you had your first job
I was 14 too young
22. I was lucky that scholarships paid my way through college, to be honest. Otherwise, I probably would've have had to get my first job at 18.
I was 15, the gig was umpiring baseball games for our town's Little League on Saturdays at $10.00 a game. It sucked. I learned very quickly that little kids are evil, foul mouthed little demons and their parents were even worse. I quit after a parent threatened to "kick my ass after the game" because I'd called his kid "out" on a play at third base.
Parents and youth sports don't mix!!!
In our suburb, we never had to work till we had finished our education. My first stint as a sales rep did not click. I was 22 at that time.
Like Winterfate, In college I was under a basketball scholarship and didn't get my first job until I was 23.
13, I had a paper delivery round and was paid 3 quid a day for 2 hours work before school. Way too early to be working, should have been studying (or sleeping)!
I was 14 when I got my first job babysitting the kids next door. I was 16 when I got my first job working on a community project.
I wish I was like these other people who didn't have to work until after college. LUCKY! Unfortunately, I got my first job when I was 16.
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