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My oldest boy (yes, my first born son!) is now 14.5 years old and last week, he started his very first job aktuelle bewerbungsvorlagen kostenlos downloaden.
He’s working at a cafe and he’s earning about $11 per hour.
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I feel so old. I’m a mum of a teenager, who goes to work?!?
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I feel so unsure, because I never had a job when I was 14. (I was about 19 when I had my first job.)
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I guess in the end, we decided that even though he is a really bright and well-rounded kid (good at school, very sporty, lots of friends, fun/happy personality) he, like most teenagers these days, still preferred to spend their spare time playing computer games and watching youtube haha whats app status herunterladen.
He needed a hobby and going to work was an excellent hobby!
We’re making him do all the hard stuff himself, like applying for a Tax File Number, emailing his boss, checking his roster, managing his own schedule, setting up his bank account, checking his pay slips… all good life skills download the logo for free!
I guess I am proud and excited — but equally freaked out!!