Entry-Level, Skills, Tax, Insurance
If you are a parent of a teen or a teenager who’s just looking for a job for 18 years old, you might be concerned about getting hired with little or no experience. If this is your concern, you can overcome this issue with training and starting in an entry level position.
It’s important that you or your teen remember that a job is serious business. Acquiring skills in professionalism, time management, cash management, and admin roles are helpful in doing well when getting a job as a 18 years old.
Also, it’s important that any 18 year old remember that they are subject to withholding tax, and they might even have to weigh options such as life insurance and health insurance at their new job.
Finding a job as a 18 years old can seem daunting. Not knowing how to go about the job hunt can be frustrating as well. Getting a job at 18 years old means looking for entry level jobs that will accept you with little or no skills. Then, the key is probably to apply to as many jobs as possible.
Interviews, Labor Laws
Being called in for an interview can bring about a whole new level of anxiety. Be prepared for questions about yourself, where you see yourself in the future, what your strengths and weaknesses are, and your general work ethic.
If you aren’t currently working, it definitely makes sense to go on as many interviews as you can. For that reason, you’ll want to apply as often as you can to as many different positions. Remember, once you have a job, it’s easier to find another one.
Sometimes you also need to check your state labor law in applying for a job. For example, some states require you to be 18 to work as bartender while some other states 21.