Rhode Island may be a small state as far as square miles go, but there are plenty of things to do packed into that small space! Teens in Rhode Island should have no trouble keeping busy, starting with the 400 miles of coastline and coastal bikeway. Teenagers can check out WaterFire, a fire sculpture installation in Providence, visit a dairy farm, a variety of museums, and shop in the Washington Square Historic District and Bowen’s Wharf. With an unemployment rate of 5.4%, teens that are interested in pursuing employment will have the opportunity to do so.
If you're under 16 years of age, there are specific labor laws in Rhode Island that don't allow you to work for traditional employers. Of course, if you're 14 or 15 years old you can get a work permit in Rhode Island, but otherwise there isn't too much information on this page that will help you. With that being said, if you're under 16 years of age and don't have a work permit, please select the appropriate age below to find jobs that suit your age group.
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