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What Kind of Work Can I Do?

Children at all ages can work according the child labor rules. This site provides different jobs for children 13 years and younger such as acting or working for your parents, a different list of jobs when children turn, and a a hazardous jobs that children may not work in.

Published by Department of Labor in 2004

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Curriculum Areas:Economics
Business
History/Social Science
Themes/Keywords: Careers
Jobs
Labor Laws


Aligned to Standards
California Content Standards
Career Preparation - Business Education, Grades 9-12
1.0 Business Core
1.3. Career Preparation, Job Acquisition and Retention
Students will understand the career preparation and job acquisition skills required for employment, professional growth, and employment transitions in the field of business occupations. They will demonstrate competency by researching career options, applying job acquisition skills, preparing job search documentation, and modeling appropriate workplace demeanor.
1.3.1. Career Exploration– explore career opportunities and projected trends; investigate required education, training and experience; and develop an individual education plan for life long learning.
1.3.5. Job Acquisition– develop job acquisition documents and interview skills.


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