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What kind of jobs are there for young people?

What exactly is a 450 Euro job? Is it the same as a mini-job? And can I have several mini-jobs at the same time?

Find out more here: https://schuelerjobs.de/ratgeber/detail/minijobs.html

From how many years can I work?

If you are under the age of 13, you are not allowed to work for money. This is regulated by law. Even at 13 and 14, you are only allowed to work to a limited extent, namely only two hours a day and only certain tasks. These include, for example.B carrying out newspapers and brochures, help in a private setting (i.e. help in the household, caring for children or pets, tutoring...) or working in your sports club or at events in your community.

From 15-17 years you are allowed to work more, unless you still have compulsory schooling. Then you have the advantage from 15 but still the advantage that you can work more than two hours a day per year during the holidays 4 weeks.

No matter how old you are, if you're not already 18, your parents must agree. So you can't just sign an employment contract somewhere.


Federal volunteer service at the city of Wuppertal

Federal voluntary service in the field of youth & leisure of the city of Wuppertal.

In the facilities of open child and youth work, we offer our federal volunteers the opportunity to engage in our many educational offerings with their own ideas.

This is done in cooperation with the specialists of the respective institution.

In addition to the work with children and young people, we need support in the organization around our houses, as for example in service offerings, or in pre-and post-processing of offerings.

Who can take part?

The Federal voluntary service each can apply for, which has fulfilled full-time compulsory education (10 years), does not have an age limit exists upwards.

Usually takes the Federal voluntary service 12 months, may in exceptional circumstances (start of training or studies) but early are terminated.

The volunteer receives following benefits: Guide a professional supervised the volunteers in the area.

All volunteers receive free seminars.

Allowance: The allowance is €350,00.

The place pays contributions for pension, accident, health, care and unemployment insurance.

Holidays: The Federal volunteers receive 24 vacation days.

Testimony: Upon completion of the BFD, the volunteers will receive a qualified certificate.

Information at: City of Wuppertal Manuela Reck financial and grant, Federal voluntary service Alexandre str. 18 42103 Wuppertal Tel: 0202/5632657 Manuela.reck@stadt.wuppertal.de