Where can a 14 year old work at fort stockton tx

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Wonder

Odessa, TX

#1 Jan 10, 2013
My son is 14 and would like to stark working can any one tell me where he can start working at ?
Dave

Addison, TX

#2 Jan 11, 2013
The oilfield is always hiring. He needs to man up. 12 hrs of trippin pipe will put pubes on his sack.
lmao

Fort Stockton, TX

#3 Jan 11, 2013
Dave wrote:
The oilfield is always hiring. He needs to man up. 12 hrs of trippin pipe will put pubes on his sack.
Nobody is going to hire a 14 year old in the oil field.
sure

Hurst, TX

#4 Jan 11, 2013
lmao wrote:
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Nobody is going to hire a 14 year old in the oil field.
I know a 15 year old working derricks for a major drilling company ;)
lmao

Fort Stockton, TX

#5 Jan 11, 2013
sure wrote:
<quoted text>I know a 15 year old working derricks for a major drilling company ;)
Wow. My bad. I thought they had to be at least 16.
Wonder

Odessa, TX

#6 Jan 11, 2013
I was thinking more like a restaurant my because I'm still going to make him go school and I don't think the oil field would let him go in at 4:00
Haha

United States

#7 Jan 11, 2013
Thats what I was thinking..how about letting him be a student and a KID for another couple years? Maybe make your "man" work or look for another job for when he's on his days off?
Wonder

Odessa, TX

#8 Jan 11, 2013
We told my done that he has every thing he need we buy him every thing but he jst want his own money that he can say I worked to get this we give him money but he wants his own money to buy what ever he wants when he wants
MAG

United States

#9 Jan 11, 2013
Maybe he can bus or wash dishes at one of the restaurants. Go out and see if someone's hiring, restaurant schedules are flexible.
dad

Fort Stockton, TX

#10 Jan 11, 2013
gotdamn people in ft stockton are stupid! let your kid be a kid, and you be a parent. you dont send your CHILD to work!!! if anything, let him mow the neighbors weeds or do some work in the neighborhood. you're talking like you want to farm him out as an illegal migrant worker. jeezus fkn christ excuse my language but people never fail to amaze me. grow up, grow a pair, and be a PARENT.
chillnbro

United States

#11 Jan 11, 2013
Yeah "dad" is totally right you should baby your child till their full grown adults! YEAH RIGHT! The sooner you teach them responsibility the better off they'll be! I don't care who says what! That's life, my son has been working since his 16th birthday,( because he wanted too, not because we made him) he is now 18 and has his own car! Paid off! And in his name! Of coarse a older used car, but its his, it's something he can call his own, and knows he himself earned it, and didn't need mama and dada to do it for him, and he loves it! He also pays his own cell phone and the insurance on the car! You have to teach your kids how not to depend on others, and if you really want something you can work for it, and have what ever it is you want!
dad

Fort Stockton, TX

#12 Jan 11, 2013
theres a difference between 14 and 16....2 years...duh!
MAG

United States

#13 Jan 11, 2013
Teenagers need to learn the value of a dollar!
There's nothing wrong with having a job!
chillnbro

United States

#14 Jan 11, 2013
dad wrote:
theres a difference between 14 and 16....2 years...duh!
Chill bro
MAG

United States

#15 Jan 11, 2013
I worked and saved at the age of 15. Working young did not in anyway screw up my life, it gave me experience and gave me accomplishment.
Wonder

Odessa, TX

#16 Jan 11, 2013
We're not making him work he wants to work so he can have his own money in his hands and buy whatever he wants when ever he wants !
Haha

United States

#17 Jan 11, 2013
14....SMDH!!!
LezbiHonest

United States

#18 Jan 12, 2013
she could be a single mom and her son is manning up to help if they are struggling. seriously this is better than being out there selling drugs or having to turn to other things. dont judge so fast people. give her the benefit of the doubt. i hope im not wrong though.
LezbiHonest

United States

#19 Jan 12, 2013
never mind just read the other comments. good for him then. if he wants to earn his things thats good. unlike most spoiled kids these days who dont appreciate anything because everything is just handed to them.
sun

Snyder, TX

#20 Jan 12, 2013
I think its great your 14 year old son wants to make his own money! Sounds like you have a good kid.

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