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7 months ago
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This is urgent, I am so tired of searching. Can someone find me a job that I can do remotely at my age?
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I am a 15 year old student (turning 16 soon) and interested in political science. I searched EVERYWHERE to find some sort of job related to that feild for someone my age. All I found was these 8 week 6 week internships. I don't want that. I want some job that I can do yearlong(for more than 1 year)

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7 months ago

Good on you for looking so early! I think you're having difficulty because in most US states, there are hard regulations on what and how much you can do for a job before you turn sixteen and most companies don't want to deal with that. It might be worth it to start at an internship and work your way up to a job, or write for websites/online magazines like @oliverbeez6 said.

Also, there just aren't a lot of opportunities for teens to work in a political job as those tend to go to people who are in, of have already graduated college.

Good luck on your search!

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7 months ago

It's great that you're searching for a job already! I've found that the best way to find non-internships is to look on sites like Indeed for writing/journalism jobs. Websites are always looking for part-time writers to give them articles (especially political ones). Another option would be to start out with an internship and work your way up in that company after a few weeks (internships are also always great to have on your resume) Hope this helps!

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7 months ago

Look on Indeed, it is a really good site and you may find a couple of jobs that you may be interested in.

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