Are you a small business owner with a job to fill?
Do you need help with an odd job around the house?
Want a babysitter for Saturday night?
TeenJobsNJ.com makes finding local help easy. While registering, teens are asked to answer questions regarding work experience and interests so we can connect them with Employers easily. All registered teens receive an email alert as soon as a job is posted. Job posts are also featured on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.
Recent Job Posts:
Pre-school looking for help with their social media
Piano player for kids parties
Car wash attendant
Summer driver and babysitter
Testimonials: "We hired a really nice teen for our Summer Delivery Driver job. Thank you!" - Kristin T., General Manager, Joe's Ristorante & Pizzeria, Summit
"Thank you to TeenJobsNJ.com for helping me find a delivery driver in a pinch. Within a half hour of posting the job I found someone. All local small business owners should give this site a try!", "Once again TeenJobsNJ.com rocked... hired a dishwasher in a jiffy!" - Sunil K., Owner Begum Palace, Madison
"As a small business owner I tried using TeenJobsNJ.com as a resource for filling a part-time position. Immediately after posting the job I started getting calls and within a week had 6 interviews lined up. I hired a wonderful candidate shortly after and couldn't be happier with this new local website. It worked for my business perfectly!!" - Stefanie M., Owner, Flip Consignment, New Providence
"Happy to have found your site. I was looking to see if it was something my teen son could use and ended up finding guitar lessons for my daughter! Decided it would be a good place to find her violin lessons too!" - May C., New Providence
"I posted on TeenJobsNJ.com and within an hour got a response and I hired a teen to petsit for me! An awesome new website!" - Laurie M., Chatham
Why Should Small Businesses Hire Teens?
Supports the economy - If teens are unable to find jobs there could be long-term consequences. It may become more difficult for them to find employment later in life. The teens you fail to employ now could come back to you for jobs in early adulthood still lacking the skills they need. This could lead to a potential skills gap down the road, according to a report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
Reduces Payroll Costs - Since most teens work part-time, they are usually satisfied with minimum-wage employment that offers them flexible scheduling and the opportunity to learn new skills. Also, teens don't need the employee benefits that older workers expect.
Potential tax credits - New Jersey offers employers tax credits for hiring young workers who live in specific areas.
Fresh perspective - Teenagers have an entirely different perspective than your other staff members, which means they may approach old problems in a fresh way. This could be especially beneficial if your target market overlaps significantly with their age group.
Social Media savvy - Teenagers are Social Media experts and can help you build your online presence quickly and easily.
Teen Businesses Section Check out our Teen Businesses section which features teens who offer a skill or service and are ready to work.
Volunteer Jobs If you are a non-profit organization posting a job, there is no fee. Simply send us your job posting via Contact Us and provide the name of your organization.
Posting a job is easy....
First purchase your job posting by clicking on the Buy A Post button below.
You will receive an email confirmation for your purchase which will include a link to submit your job post. Be sure to include a description of the job along with the job location and contact information.
Your job will be posted as soon as possible and will remain on the site for 90 days.
When the job is filled, let us know and we will remove the job posting. Good luck!