Homeowners can post jobs on the site for free. And

The after-school job market can be tough for teens with busy schedules. Juggling school, homework, sports and clubs can make the schedule of a part-time job unrealistic.

But an enterprising college freshman believes he has the solution, and he’s made a business out of it.

Will Armstrong found mowing lawns a great way to put cash in his pocket, while maintaining a work schedule that gave him flexibility.

“It pays more than minimum wage, and I think that the thing is that high school kids are so busy with school. You can make your own schedule,” said Will. By the end of this summer, Will estimates he had 15 to 20 steady clients.

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source: Wkyc.com

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