Part Time - casual hours In an ideal week I do 32.5 hours/week.
£6.50/hour, or £7/hour if I'm doing admin work (also get to use a badass pink timesheet when doing admin work)
It's a great student job because you can work when you want. However when the work starts to dry up (as it is right now; accursed govt. cuts) you run the risk of having only one shift/no hours at all because there's only so many staff hours to go between everyone.
Last edited by History-Student; 07-04-2011 at 00:09.
Part time: zero hours based, so whenever I'm home from uni, I can just ring up and ask for whatever spare shifts they have. Usually around 20 hours a week or so, loads more at Christmas.
Oh and I only get whatever minimum wage is for an 18 year old
Work at Robert McBrides LTD, which make WD40 and homebrand cleaning products. I'm on £6.35 for day shifts and £6.70 for a night shift. Its a flexi contract, some weeks I get 38 hours and some weeks I may only get one shift
I work for a sports photographer and get paid £7ph. Sometimes I can be doing absolutely nothing for an hour or more but I still get paid for it. I enjoy it, I get to work outside, it's pretty relaxed and it's a really small company and we all get on.
I worked in a restaurant part time at uni and then full time until I got my Commission in the Navy. I was earning about £13-14 an hour if you include tips and that was an average week, more over Xmas. I also did a bit of A-level and GCSE tutoring at up to £25 per hour.