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Lawn mowing is an excellent summer job for a teen who does not mind putting in hard work. If you like to get a good workout, this might be the job for you. Many people in the neighborhood will not feel like mowing the lawn. The best way to get started is to knock on their doors and ask if they need help. More 2 Newspaper Delivery Even with the internet being as popular as it is, people still love reading an old-fashioned newspaper. A delivery person is someone who brings the newspapers to the customer’s front door. Companies will hire walking or driving delivery people. The part-time hours are very early in the morning, but the pay is decent. More 3 Babysitter A babysitter is a great part-time job for teenagers. The parents may use a babysitter for work or a night on the town alone. Most people have either hourly or per day rates and they pay in cash. Babysitting is a very good job for teenagers because the hours are flexible and almost everyone in the neighborhood will need a babysitter at some point. All you have to do is offer your services and someone will accept them. More 4 Lifeguard A lifeguard is someone who watches other people swim. This person also protects the swimmers if anything happens. This job can be worked on a part-time basis. However, you must have training in CPR and first aid to meet the hiring criteria. You might have to save someone's life one day so it is important that you understand how to do such. More 5 Grocery Store Bagger Grocery stores are always looking for teenagers to serve as cashiers and baggers. Most grocery stores will want you to work during the school year after school as a weekend job .