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Know The Legal Age Of A Cashier

Age Of A Cashier

The legal age to secure employment as a cashier in the U.S. will be most generally subject to the nation-wide minimum age of 16 for individuals to find and hold regular employment. While the U.S. Department of Labor has created certain allowances according to which people under the legal age of 16 years old can find employment, a cashier will generally be restricted to this rule.

In addition to restrictions imposed for the legal age of a cashier, practical considerations can also be upheld, such as in the form of the possible preference for a cashier who can be employed who holds a high school diploma. Another consideration for a person looking for work as a cashier, again in addition to the legal age mandated by U.S. labor laws, the prospect of finding work as a cashier may or may not depend on whether the employer expects prospective employees to have experience.

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