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I have recently been thinking about applying to join the Telus retail team, however, when I do try to fill out an application it rejects it because I am not 18. My question is, why do I have to be 18 to apply for this job, and could there perhaps be an exception, due to the fact that I will be 18 in the next few months?
Likely due to the fact that until you reach the age of majority in your province, you can't enter into a contract. There may be specific parts of the job which require your legal ability to sign a contract, thus Telus needs applicants to be 18.
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Not sure why telus picked the age of 18 as they are federally regulated, which considers anyone under 17 to be a child.