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Please check out jobs for 17, 18, and 19 year olds to find out where to apply for both full time and part time jobs.

It’s 2010 and jobs are difficult to find for all ages. If you are trying to figure out how to best go about finding jobs for 19 year olds, you are pretty much in the same boat as eighteen year olds.

18, 19, and 20 year olds are limited in their job options because at that age, they haven’t graduated college and might not even be going to college. This means the only jobs they would qualify for are entry level jobs that don’t require a degree. Although there are many jobs of this nature, it does limit your options and it does mean that you will start out on the low end of the pay scale.

Getting a college degree is agreed to be the best choice by most people because it may open up job doors in the future. However, college is clearly not for everyone and there might be any number of reasons why college is not an option for you. Getting in early and getting some solid job experience is the next best thing to going to college and many people have made successes of their life that way too.

Good jobs for 18 year olds and 19 year olds include entry level office jobs where you can get in and learn the business from the ground up. Many big time CEO’s have started that way either in the back office or the sales floor and worked their way up until they became the top man (or woman). Learning a business and everything it encompasses is a great substitute for a college degree and there is no reason why you can’t be a success if you are hard working and motivated.

Jobs for high school graduates can also be found in sales. Being a good salesperson is something that you might already have the talent for or can learn. It is definitely not something that is learned in a college classroom so if you are outgoing in nature, you might look into sales as a career. In today’s bad economy, companies are always hoping to find people who are talented at sales.

Any job you get for 18 or 19 year olds will probably be something that is not glamorous and will not pay great. However, if you are willing to work hard and keep learning whatever business it is, you will find you have a lot of upward potential.

1 comment:

  1. mascat1, 11. June 2011, 9:43

    I’m 19 and I have been working for Halliburton for over a year, in the labs. I Make around 40k a year and am about to goto a nother compay that is going to pay me more. I don’t even have an AA yet.