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Dress for Success Every Work Day. If the new job provides a uniform, dressing for success means ensuring the uniform is clean and wrinkle-free. If there isn’t a uniform, talk to your teen about appropriate attire.

If an employee handbook came along with the new job, the dress code should be spelled out in the book. Follow these tips to help prepare your teen for their first job: Strong Work Ethic. First, help your teenager develop a strong work ethic. He should understand that work comes first and if he wants to be successful he needs to have a good attitude toward his job. You should have discussions with your teenager about things lik.

Even if there isn’t a specific dress code, you can help your teen understand the basics of making a good first impression. Encourage your teen to practice good grooming and wear well-fitting, clean clothes and appropriate footwear (no flip-flops, stiletto heels, or shoes that are falling apart). Respect Coworkers. Your teen will likely have to deal with lots of supervisors and coworkers on the.

If your teen has to visit the place of employment, even before the interview, make sure he or she is dressed for success! Remember, everyone pays attention, including employees that may be working at the time. Even if it’s just to pick up an application jeans and a clean shirt should be worn.

Don’t roll up in PJs or right after practice!Instead, work on coaching your child about how he can advocate for himself on the job. Keep the following points in mind as you help your teen make his first exciting move into the working world. Find the right fit. Help your teen identify jobs that play to his strengths and interests.

Even though a teen’s first job may be basic, the experience and networking can be invaluable down the road. Help your teen look for positions by reaching out to family and friends who may know of part-time positions not posted elsewhere. 3. Practice for the Interview. Your first job won’t be your last.

What they tell you: Stay in your current position, no matter how you feel about it. What they don’t: If a job truly is a terrible fit, there’s nothing wrong with wanting out—just be sure to have a back-up plan. No one expects you to endure an unhealthy environment or slog away at a job.

The most important steps to getting your first job take place before you even head out the front door. You need to prepare for what you’re about to do. Put Together a Simple Resume You probably won’t need a resume for a basic first part-time job unless the position is an internship.

They need to understand that it’s not personal, but meant to help them do the job better. “Likewise, if your child gets bored easily, working with them to find a job that really interests them can help them adapt. For example, if they are passionate about. Applying for your first job is a rite of passage for many teenagers.

Not only are they a great way to earn money, but they’ll give you plenty of experience and work skills along the way. Once you’ve found a job that works with your school schedule, prepare a resume and cover letter for your potential employer.

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For example, if he lacks opportunities to learn on the job, encourage him to take courses that interest him at the local college or association.

“Now, Discover Your Strengths” by Gallup, Marcus Buckingham, Donald O. Clifton, Gallup Organization
from Now, Discover Your Strengths
by Gallup, Marcus Buckingham, et. al.
Simon & Schuster, 2001

To motivate your teen, we’ve focused on how you can use the things she wants (license, phone, car, money, etc.) to help her engage her executive skills.

“Smart But Scattered Teens: The Executive Skills Program for Helping Teens Reach Their Potential” by Richard Guare, Peg Dawson, Colin Guare
from Smart But Scattered Teens: The Executive Skills Program for Helping Teens Reach Their Potential
by Richard Guare, Peg Dawson, Colin Guare
Guilford Publications, 2012

build between him and other store employees, and he should find that he learns a lot from interacting directly with them.

“Exploring Management” by John R. Schermerhorn, Jr., Daniel G. Bachrach
from Exploring Management
by John R. Schermerhorn, Jr., Daniel G. Bachrach
Wiley, 2017

Many of the lessons he needs to learn to get him ready for the next stage of development he can learn at an after-school job, working on the weekends, or getting a summer job.

“Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys” by Stephen James, David Thomas
from Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys
by Stephen James, David Thomas
Tyndale House Publishers, Incorporated, 2011

And if he’s managing a job while in college, he also gets the added bonus of learning things like priorities, goal setting, and time management.

“Smart Money Smart Kids: Raising the Next Generation to Win with Money” by Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, Ramsey Press
from Smart Money Smart Kids: Raising the Next Generation to Win with Money
by Dave Ramsey, Rachel Cruze, Ramsey Press
Lampo Press, 2014

• Assist the child in getting started on a task and then encourage him to complete it independently.

“The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child” by Richard Lavoie
from The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child
by Richard Lavoie
Atria Books, 2008

Through counseling, he can be helped to understand the current outlook for the employment of drop-outs and the need for finishing high school.

“School Administration and Management” by S.K Kochhar
from School Administration and Management
by S.K Kochhar
Sterling Publishers Pvt. Limited, 2011

• If your child complains about things about the job, remind him that everything he learns and does can affect what happens later.

“Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs” by Darlene Mannix
from Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs
by Darlene Mannix
Wiley, 2009

Now when he and his manager set goals around his four key areas of responsibility—sales, service, administration, and team contribution—the young salesperson can collaborate for success by playing an active role in diagnosing his own development level.

“Leading at a Higher Level, Revised and Expanded Edition: Blanchard on Leadership and Creating High Performing Organizations” by Ken Blanchard
from Leading at a Higher Level, Revised and Expanded Edition: Blanchard on Leadership and Creating High Performing Organizations
by Ken Blanchard
Pearson Education, 2009

A privileged teenager might secure a position in the employ of a prominent landowner, merchant, or craftsman, learning skills and making social connections that would help him on the path to a prosperous adulthood.

“Daily Life in Stuart England” by Jeffrey L. Forgeng
from Daily Life in Stuart England
by Jeffrey L. Forgeng
Greenwood Press, 2007

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  • Also joining the interview,do not chew gum, do not answers the question,” I do not know”, smile, and when they asked you, what can you bring to this company? please do not answer, I need a job.
    All companies want to know you want there company to be successful more than what it is now and they want you to know you will work hard to help there company grow.

  • I had my first job interview just before quarantine. Would’ve got the job but they closed down. I was thinking about Interviewing for a job with my sister at a resort

  • I would say this, you really don’t need a resume for a local place, or a job where you are just flipping burgers. If your app shows that you’re a well rounded loyal person with experience, you don’t really need one.

  • I got a message from the workplace telling me to call and set up an interview and the first thing I did was come here. I’m rly worried cos it’s my first job

  • Honestly at this point of life paying for college and universities is not totally pointless but in certain ways yes, rarely few of the people that graduate with masters and bachelors have the jobs they always wanted

  • Thank you so much, I have my first interview ever in about an hour, made my resume last night. I’m 14 and just kinda nervous because its my first chance for a job.

  • i’m 17 and applying for jobs… question, should you really be so enthusiastic to your interviewer and saying “it’s a DREAM to work here” like he did in the video, for a summer job? like something casual? wouldn’t it be weird to show up to mcdonalds (not saying that’s my job choice) and be like “i’ve wanted to work here for years!”?? what else could you say instead?

  • I’ve never ever worked before in my life. So I’m hunting right, and I’m nervous! I have the worst anxiety you can ever imagine ����

  • I was watching your videos all last night to prepare for my job interview this morning, and I got the job on the spot.. so thankss:))

  • I have my first job interview at steak n shake tomorrow, but I do have a servsafe certification that’ll definitely make me stand out during covid (just graduated #2020)

  • my first interview is thursday i’m really nervous i have very bad social anxiety and i’m only 16 i have no prior job experience
    edit: i’ve been there for about a month i love my job

  • If you wanna become a babysitter I suggest learning CPR and the Heimlich manoeuvre this will put you ahead of a lot of people even if your asking for more money than your competitors the child’s parents will want them to be safe is well they’ll mostly likely to choose you to babysit. If you are going to do this please learn CPR and the Heimlich manoeuvre from professionals in person and get a certificate saying you’ve learned these to show to the parents.

  • The legal working age in Alberta is 14 but idk how many people would actually consider hiring me at my age. Thank you for posting this and hopefully I can boost my chances of actually getting a decent job!

  • The restaurant I’m applying for doesn’t have social media or any news articles on them. And I think they just opened, I’m so nervous now

  • I’m 16 and in high school and I was confused do you have to fill out your work permit before hand and then fill out applications or do you fill out your application get the job then fill out you work permit and turn it into the school?

  • Since everyone is doing it, I’m 16 and have my first job interview for Sheetz in 2 days! I’m so nervous and just trying to brush up on anything

  • I’m 15 and my first job interview is today. I’m nervous to death right now. Thanks for the tips! Edit: I got the job oh god oh fu-

  • I’m 16 and I’m looking for a summer job. I don’t really know how to start do I go into stores (since I’m young I think I’m gonna start working at stores) and ask if they are hiring, or do I look for applications online and apply online?

  • I’m going to be 14 in July and going to high school what jobs do you suggest for that. (I want to be a youtuber but my mom said “in till you are older no)

  • I have a interview this Tuesday at 1:00pm and I am really excited but also nervous that I won’t give off the right amount of confidence

  • I’m 16, applied at sprouts a few hours ago. On their website, I answered a few automated questions and then it signed me up for an interview time. Then I applied for the job so I wouldn’t lose that interview. It’s in 6 days from now. Wish me luck!

  • Uhaul says you can be 16 and work for them, but you need a high school diploma. How do they expect any 16 year olds to be able to work for them since like 99% of teens graduate high school at the age of 17-18?

  • With COVID-19 and my teen son interviewing at Food4Less and suggestions in Non verbal? My concern is having a mask on and expressions being covered as well as hand shaking no long being against prevention of communicable disease transfer.

  • I have an interview at Pelican’s Snowballs tmrw and I’m super excited but also VERY scared. This will be my first interview so I’m hoping these tips help. I will update you all tmrw, wish me luck ������

  • I have my first interview tomorrow and I’m super Duper nervous and I’m up looking at all these different videos so just pray for me that I get the job

  • I genuinely can’t make eye contact, I can’t think or focus on anything of I’m making eye contact. I have to look around so I can get my thoughts together or I’ll forget what I’m saying

  • I wish I had motivational & informative adults like you in my school teaching us. None of them prepared us for any of this. It really should be an mandatory class to every American High-school. They can’t just throw a goldfish into the sea and expect it to survive because it’s an adult fish. It’s a hard knock life for us.

  • but what websites should I use for applying to jobs because I’m 16 and every time I apply for a job I end up getting emails back but in the requirements it will have “18 years of age or older” to be eligible like ummmmm…. tf

  • we in the covid era right now and i just scored an interview. i don’t think i’m supposed to shake their hand because of covid tho….

  • OOh boy. I have my first job interview today for an on-campus position. Im kind of nervous because I didnt bring along a physical copy of my resume since i had already sent it with my cover letter.

  • I know this is for first time jobs, but for those that are seeking employment later, I used to do interviews and one piece of advice that I can give… do not complain about prior management, or authority or teachers Ect….

    we all know the possibility is out there, that you may have really gotten stuck with a lazy rude mean boss, but we have no proof… all we have to look at is that an employee is complaining about someone who is in a higher position.

    A job interview is not the place to dog your boss and I see it as ” this person may have or horrible boss…. or we may hire someone who has issues with authority” and we rarely ever call back someone who complains. If your being interviewed and you are asked why you are leaving your job, if that is your only reason…. if you have a boss that screams at you… or degraded you…. but other than that you love your current job…. tell your interviewer:

    “I’m looking for more growth”

    “I’m looking for opportunities that your company can offer for my career “

    This can deter from the whole situation, don’t focus on your past job, make this interview about the job you are interviewing for! You got this!!!

    Hope this helps:)

  • You can’t work until you’re 16 in the UK and for some reason most retail jobs require a year experience at this point I’m convinced that I’ll never land a job lmao

  • I have to wait 2 years. Until I can get my first job. I’m 12 I want one. But the soonest jobs in my area are 14+,McDonald’s, peaceful Meadows. I couldn’t find ANYTHING else. And I couldn’t find anything under 14+ which sucks because being dependant on my parents is like being dependant on a car with no wheels. So I can’t do that. And they don’t pay me allowance for chores so I can’t afford to save up for a car, apartment,and college when I’m old enough. But also make money on the side for fun things

  • So this video showed me a lot of good pointers but how would you get the manager on board even if they are not really into what you have to offer?

  • my very first interview for dutch bro’s is in 11 hours and i’m SO NERVOUS. it’s a group interview and i’ve never done an interview before EEK

  • thanks to this chanel,I’ve actually gotten 2 callbacks. before,I was never prepared,I was shy and I kept in my mind that my resume was fine when actually I could have added a lot more.thanks!!

  • Well I’m looking for a job during this upcoming school year or even during summer. Anyways this video was a lot of help on like the interview part and things that I should know when getting a job. I’m guessing I need sum kind of debit or credit card right. I feel dumb for the question but I’m not sure if I need one. Btw I’m 15��

  • I’m 17 I had my interview today at Taco Bell and I got the job! I used some of tips! Honest Dress for success and show up early I got it thanks bro!

  • Good morning Anthony O Neal. At My first job interview I have a plan. I introduced myself my name is Natisha Jelks. I am 27 years old. I Graduated from Thea Bowman Leadership Academy. At my Current job I Work in Sales and Marketing position I really love working this company. Also At my last job I Work in Trade Winds Summer Camp position because I work as team working together. I have special skills hardworking, problem Solver Organizational skills team player. I am Applying for sales position because I Can sell anything like Clothes fashion magazines shoes and accessories. Yes I have a few questions 1. What is my Schedule looks like? 2. How many hours do I Work for? 3. I am flexible but what do I Work on Weekends. 4. Can you Explain too me what is your company Management style. I Got a Job

  • Hey everyone:)
    If you just got your first Job, and you want to know more about the professional world, You can go and watch my video:) Good luck everyone

  • I’m not in high school but I wasn’t allowed to work when I was so this is pretty great regardless. I started working after high school so I was already more mature but still very inexperienced, it makes me anxious sometimes! Thank’s for all your tips:)

  • Hi anybody who reads thisI’m introverted and have anxiety, finding a job is hard. My mom really wants me to get a job at Chick Fil A and won’t accept the fact that I don’t want to.

  • Also, if they ask math questions, it might be “What is 30+70+20” and “If a pizza is 6 dollars, along with 6% tax, how much will it cost”, I said “I don’t know” but I went home and figured it out

  • I’m 15 and you’re helping so so much with your channel. Seriously. I come from a very poverty family and will have to pay my way for school things and other stuff as well as help with bills. You’re helping me so much. You have no idea how much you’ve taught me, thank you thank you.

  • I did my interview today at publix, it inget the job it would be my second. What does it means, when he say you did great today,I want you to work at the deli but I’m going to call you back for a second interview? Do I have a job? Or should I keep looking for a different job?

  • do you know of any places that hire at 15? sadly i dont turn 16 until December but it’d be nice to start helping out my parents if i could start working now

  • Hi. My problem is when i work i dont think of things as a big deal. So when they ask me to tell them about a time i went far and beyond for my or job. I dont have a answer

  • Kids are lucky to work inside in a climate-controlled restaurant. My first jobs were agricultural labor for much less than minimum wage.

  • LOVE this!! Great job!
    Advice: Search around! If you don’t want a certain job keep looking and ask around. I’ve been babysitting for 6 years and have never had your “typical” high school job. I get to make my own hours and love what I do! I love working!!

  • Thank you so much I have an interview today I pray that I go in with ease and confidence and that I will never loose hope in Gods plan! ����❤️✝️

  • 2:17 I’m thinking of becoming a caddy. I live in Michigan, and you can legally be a caddy at age 11. In Colorado you can legally be a caddy at just age 9

  • I think the worst paying job is a newspaper deliverer. I can’t remember the exact name for the job but kids will wake up at 5am, get on their bike, cycle around the town for an hour delivering newspapers and then only get £13

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  • Teens are getting super bad even in service jobs. I ordered food just a few days ago and the kid wouldn’t even talk to me and just glared at me when doing the transaction. Then a few days later another guy went in there and smacked some people around and got arrested lol

  • This is an old video, I’m 15 and never had a job before. I’m fixed on applying for one soon. If you’ve had a job/interview please tell me about your experience in the process of applying/attending an interview for it. Any information is amazingly appreciated����

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  • I have my first in person interview in a few days!!
    pray for me y’all.�� remind me to update y’all

    UPDATE: that interview went fine but they never called me back. another place I put in for called me for an interview and hired me on the spot

  • I turn 16 in a few days and this is my first job. Because of Covid and everything I don’t know if I should make the initiative to shake their hand or let them do so. I’m the type of person to shake someone’s hand regardless of everything going on out of respect, but I don’t know what to do. Pls help

  • As a high school vocational teacher, I have been using your videos to teach soft skills and job preparation skills to my students on-line during this pandemic time. Thank you so much…your delivery of information is excellent and really relates to my students. You rock!!

  • I’m pretty dang decent at alto sax and bass clarinet. Maybe somebody wants some virtual lessons? If you or somebody you care about needs lessons for beginners, I would be glad to help. Dm me on Instagram @paradisevintagestore

  • Here from school. My teacher showed me and my class this video a couple weeks ago. I have biztown in a couple weeks. If you don’t know what it search up JA Biztown.

  • i have my first interview today and i’m SO nervous. i have no idea how to answer “tell me about yourself” anybody who has been in a fast food interview tell me some things they’ve asked you?