You can just look on craigslist. They have lots of jobs listed there. You can just look through all of them and see which one will work best.
I worked at a theme park when I was a teenager. It was pretty cool, we all got to ride all the rides and play all the games after hours. I always thought being a lifeguard would be awesome too.
School, maybe an internship because resume help will beat a job in the future. A internship at any reputable business will beat McDonald. Although im not knocking McDonalds.
P.S. it was my first job.
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