Frequently Asked Questions
How reliable is the information on HireTeen.com?
We are not affiliated with a particular company and stand independently in providing information about youth employment.
The information provided in this site is gathered from discussion forums, search engines, wikis, discussion boards, social medias, and each company official career pages.
However, we do not guarantee that all of the information is correct, complete, comprehensive or current.
The information should not be considered comprehensive, and users MUST NOT rely solely upon this information to apply for a particular job.
Read more our Disclaimer
Is the information on this site applied to Non U.S.?
Unfortunately no. All the information provided on this website is only for U.S. teens.
If you are outside the U.S. you should find other resource for youth employment.
We recommend to find information from your official government websites.
How do I sign up to apply for a job?
You don’t need to sign up on this site. We only provide links to the companies’ career page.
Job application should be processed in the website of the company you are applying for and not on HireTeen.com.
Where can I download the job application form?
Not all companies provide printable job application form.
Some companies may ask you to apply online or hand-in your resume directly to the manager of the outlet nearby.
Where can I submit my resume?
You can post your resume directly to job ads posted by the employer on the links provided.
If the employer does not accept resume online we advise you to make a resume, print and hand it on to the store manager near your location.
How much should I be paid generally?
As a teenager, you may be paid as little as $4.25 per hour for the first 90 consecutive calendar days of your work.
This is not limited to your first employer.
Each time you change jobs, your new employer can pay you this youth minimum wage.
What is the minimum age to work in my state?
The minimum age to work varies in every state.
It is highly recommended that you need to know your state labor law before you search for jobs.
Learn more about U.S. Teen Labor Laws
Can you find me a job?
We are not job agency or head hunter.
We don’t make a call or send an email to anyone for any job offer.
What is Job Scams?
You’re looking for a way to earn money — not give it away.
But it can be awfully tempting to pay someone who promises you a job.
Learn more about How to Avoid Job Scams
What is Social Security Number (SSN)?
It is a number in the format 000-00-0000 which you need to apply for a job, collect Social Security benefits and receive some other government services.
Generally your parents should have applied for your SSN when applying for your baby’s birth certificate.
Learn more about How to Get SSN
Why can’t I take the IQ test?
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Taking the test will not be comfortable during this time because the site will load very slow.
Please try the IQ Test again after a couple of minutes.