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Working Teens Who Are Cashiers: 14.7 percent

Average Hourly Salary: $9.73

States With Highest Concentration of Jobs: Mississippi, Alabama and New Hampshire

Outlook: Employment of cashiers is expected to grow by seven percent by 2010. 

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Working Teens Who Are Waiters/Waitresses: 7.2 percent

Average Hourly Salary: $10.05

States With The Highest Concentration of Jobs: Nevada, Florida and Hawaii

Outlook: Employment of waiters/waitresses is expected to grow nine percent by 2020. 

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Working Teens Who Work As Retail Salespersons: 6.4 percent

Average Hourly Salary: $12.08

States With Highest Concentration of Jobs: Florida, Georgia and Hawaii

Outlook: Employment of retail sales workers is expected to grow 17 percent by 2020

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Working Teens Who Work In Food Preparation: 8.5 percent

Average Hourly Salary: $10.30

States With Highest Concentration of Jobs: Nevada, Hawaii and Montana

Outlook: Employment of cooks and food preparers is expected to grow nine percent by 2020.

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Working Teens Who Are Movers: 3.8 percent

Average Hourly Salary: $12.62

States With Highest Concentration of Jobs: Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana

Outlook: Employment of movers is expected to grow 14 percent by 2020. 

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Working Teens Who Are Store/Warehouse Clerks: 2.9 percent

Average Hourly Salary: $11.66

States With Highest Concentration of Jobs: New Hampshire, New Jersey and Florida

Outlook: Employment of store clerks is expected to grow by two percent by 2020, as more of their duties become automated.

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Working Teens Who Are Babysitters or Daycare Workers: 2.8 percent

Average Hourly Salary: $9.34

States with Highest Concentration of Jobs: New York, Kentucky and South Dakota

Outlook: Employment of child care workers is expected to grow 20 percent by 2020 as demand for preschool programs grows.

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