Generally, job nature is an important subject of youth employment. The most popular jobs for schoolage youths include private tutoring, baby-sitting, and jobs that require few skills and offer low wages and little opportunity for further career development.
These jobs include food services, manual work, retail sales, building construction, office work, and grocery stores. In food services, youth may serve as cleaners, waiters/waitresses, and cashiers. Youths involved in manual work mostly operate simple machines that require no licenses (e.g., copying machine, paper shredder, lawn mower). Duties in retail sales are very simple, such as selling clothes or accessories and checking stocks.
Was this article helpful?