Part Time Work
Having a part time job while you are still at school, college or university can give you useful experience of what the world of work is really like and is an excellent addition to your CV.
There are some limitations on the type and amount of work you can do while you are still a child of school age and you cannot carry out any type of work until you are 13 (except for work experience arranged by your school and taking part in some performances).
Employers must also carry out a risk assessment before you start work and must keep a register of all children they employ.
The latest details on what you can and cannot do are available on the government website.
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Up to date information and legislation about working before you reach school leaving age. Note - this information applies to the Isle of Man only. If you are accessing this website from another location legislation may be different.
In collaboration with Departments of the Isle of Man Government