Working Hours for 14 and 15 Year Olds
If you're 14 or 15, during the school year, hours are limited to 3 hours a day and 18 hours a week. On days when there's no school and in the summer, working hours increase to 8 hours a day and 40 hours a week. There are limits on when children can work, too - no later than 7 p.m. during the school year and no later than 9 p.m. between June 1 and Labor Day.
14 and 15 year olds can work in restaurants, stores, and other non-manufacturing, non-mining, non-hazardous jobs, outside school hours in a variety of jobs for limited periods of time and under specified conditions.
In some states, if you're under eighteen, you may need to obtain working papers (officially called Employment / Age Certificates) in order to legally be able to work. Here's information on where working papers are required and how to get them.
List of Job Ideas
Here's a list of jobs that make good first (or second) jobs because you don't need experience to get hired.
Jobs for Teens
Job Postings and Advice on Finding a Job
The top sites for teen job seekers, plus information on jobs for teens, including how to find a job, where to get working papers, where teens can work, what to wear for an interview, and how to obtain references.