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16 Part-Time Jobs in NYC for High School Students

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Education isn’t cheap, nor is hanging out with your friends over the weekend in New York City to go out to eat, which is why it’s important for you to know 16 part-time jobs in NYC for high school students.

When you’re in high school it seems like the real world is a far away idea that will never actually come to fruition. Unfortunately, the real world does come around and that means needing your own money to live and treat yourself. It’s important to start a good work ethic early, and that means getting a job while you’re in high school. If you’re anything like I was at age 16, you’re reading this and getting annoyed that I’m lecturing you on this despite all the schoolwork you have to finish. The truth is, a good majority of students work part-time for some extra cash. You and your friends could even try to get jobs together if it’s any consolation.

If you take into consideration the part-time jobs in NYC for high school students, you might end up with a pretty hefty chunk of change in your savings account that will provide some cushion if you choose to go to college. It’s essential to balance your life well when you start working part-time, though, as the working paper from the Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests that your grades could potentially fall from an A- to a C- during the time you’re working. According to the New York State Department of Labor, students are permitted to work up to 28 hours a week, six days a week. It’s important to strike a balance and only take on what you can handle.

When choosing a part-time job for high school students, flexibility is the primary determinant of whether or not the job is appropriate. Secondarily, you should look at the pay range. Realistically a job for someone still in high school won’t stray too far from minimum wage, but you want to make sure you’re being paid fairly. When compiling the list of part-time jobs in NYC for high school students I made sure to take a look at how they factor into the busy schedules of students.

If you’re more interested in pay range than anything else, check out the 7 Highest-Paying Jobs for Teens to see if one that strikes your interest made the list.

But first, let’s see our list of part-time jobs in NYC for high school students.

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