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Now school is out for the summer, many tweens and teens are looking for ways to make some extra money. The traditional babysitting and lawn-mowing jobs are just fine if you can get them, but here are a few more ideas to help you get started ASAP. This article from Black America Web informs you about work permits that may be needed in some areas for young workers. It also talks about the financial savvy gained by taking on the responsibility of a job at a young age. The traditional lemonade stand may bring in cash if done several times a summer and walking dogs or otherwise caring for pets is another good choice. For those at least fourteen years of age there are more possibilities such as lifeguarding, counseling or working at a summer camp kitchen, working at a construction site and more. And here’s a list of jobs for younger kids—all it takes is a little imagination and there will be cash in hand at the end of the summer.