Sasha Obama works hard for her money at cash register at her unglamorous summer job working at a seafood restuarant in Martha’s Vineyard

Sasha Obama, 15, has been working at Nancy’s restaurant on Martha’s Vineyard

President’s daughter is using her full name of Natasha at her summer job

Six Secret Service agents were spotted sitting on takeout benches

Sasha has been working the early shift before customers arrive, on the cash register and bussing tables 

She will continue the job until Saturday, when the rest of her family arrives for the president’s annual vacation on the island 

 Nancy’s is a favorite with the Obama family, who were first pictured visiting the restaurant in the president’s first year in office

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The Obamas youngest daughter, 15, is currently working at Nancy’s restaurant on Martha’s Vineyard, a local hot spot servinging up fried seafood and milkshakes.

Sasha Obama, who has lived eight of her 15 years in the luxurious confines of the White House, is learning how the other half lives this summer. The First Daughter is working the takeout window at Nancy’s, a seafood restaurant on Martha’s Vineyard.

Sasha, who’s using her full name of Natasha at Nancy’s, has been learning the ropes of the service industry, working a cash register, busing tables and prepping the restaurant before it opens for lunch.

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“She’s been working downstairs at takeout,” said a server at the busy island eatery. “We were wondering why there were six people helping this girl, but then we found out who it was.”

Sasha was accompanied to her summer job yesterday by a contingent of six Secret Service agents, who sat outside the restaurant in a large Suburban SUV and on the takeout benches while the president’s daughter waited on hungry tourists. When her shift ended, Sasha and a friend, who also was wearing the navy blue Nancy’s T-shirt and baseball cap, brought a tray of drinks out to her security contingent, got in the SUV and took off.

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The Obamas’ youngest daughter has been working an early four-hour shift at the busy, 350-seat restaurant, finishing up just a half hour after it opens for business at 11:30 a.m. Word is, she will only be working until Saturday when her parents arrive for their two-week vacation.

“She’s been around for a few days,” one of the girls working the takeout window told us yesterday. “It’s pretty random.”

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