1. Babysitter or Nanny
Babysitting is one of the oldest jobs in the world — predating the cash economy, the invention of the wheel, and who knows what else.
2. Grocery Store Employee'
Grocery store baggers typically start at or near local minimum wage. Cashiers might earn a dollar or two more per hour
3. Digital Entrepreneur
Starting an online business as a high school student is an excellent way to get a head start on life
4. Food Delivery Driver
Good thing delivery apps aren’t the only game in town for aspiring delivery drivers.
5. Landscaping and Lawn Care Worker
Landscaping and lawn care also promises variety. Depending on the season and locale, this work might involve mowing lawns, raking or blowing leaves, planting and tending flower beds, trimming shrubs, and shoveling snow.
9. Dog Walker and Pet Sitter
Like landscaping and babysitting, pet care services — dog walking, pet sitting, and related activities — is a flexible, scalable, often informal gig that’s great for entrepreneurial high schoolers.