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    I work in Wetherspoons as a Bar Associate.
    Part time 16 hours a week. £6.40p/h.

    I also moonlight as a web developer, that pays £30 an hour.
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    McDonald's, however many hours I want a week

    £6.32 an hour

    £6.82 for those premium hours
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    Whilst i'm doing my Nurse Training I work on my local hospital trusts Nurse Bank as a Healthcare Support Worker on various wards as and when I choose and get;

    Mon-Fri £7.29 per hour
    Sat £10.49 per hour
    Sun & Bank Holidays £13.71 per hour


    Plus enhancements for unsociable hours (after 8pm and before 7:30)

    Hard work but Damn good money for someone who is only 18
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    Just got a job at Marks and Spencers- start Thursday for training.

    £6.86 an hour
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    (Original post by Hylean)
    Private teacher at Mímir, two lessons a week, 45mins each: over 50 quid a week. So, roundabouts 50 quid an hour.

    Before that, I was an assistant manager, in training, in a bar on a salary of 15.5k a year.
    Holy crap that's a lot, what do you teach? Icelandic?
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    Boots
    5 hours a week + any additional shifts that come up.
    £5.67 per hour.
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    Comfy Quilts
    9 hours a day
    £3.68 (16 minimum wage)

    Yeah. Sucks to be me
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    Work at Argos as a customer advisor. My current hourly rate is £6.08.
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    Sainsbury's 'Customer service assistant' (Working on Checkouts!)
    £7.05 per hour (only found out today my wage had gone up!)

    Hoping to leave the world of customers soon & work as a Warehouse Operative for............................. .... Harrods! They are moving it miles away from London near where I live
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    (Original post by cadaeibfeceh)
    2 jobs:

    1) Online maths tutor, average about £12 per hour
    2) Tech crew at my SU, £6.08 per hour
    Nevermind, I saw the link you provided a few posts later for the online maths tutoring. Sounds great though, how are you finding it?
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    B&Q, with London Zone allowance it works out to be £8.14 an hour (even though it's in Reading).
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    (Original post by specialk_698)
    How did you become an online maths tutor?
    I applied to the website!
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    Toys R Us - £6.08/hour. £4.10 if you're under 18, I was shocked at the difference!
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    game, xmas temp

    £6.40 an hour
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    pizza hut
    i work as a waitress
    3.68ph + tips

    15-40 hrs, depends on my mood ;D
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    I work in a theme park in one of the pizza buffets. I make and cook pizza, then put it out for people to eat.

    0 Hour Contract, so they call me in if they need me. I get about 16 hours a week, usually.

    It pays £6.05 an hour, but I'm under 18. When I turn 18 it'll be around £7.50.
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    Iceland £6.20 ph ( great for me, im only 16!)
    weekends ( dont know exact hours)

    Dominoes - brand new job so i dont the pay, does anyone know the pay for dominoes? And i think im working weekday eavnings

    Kitchen porter ¬¬. £4 and around 10 hrs per week in winter, arounf 25 in summer.
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    (Original post by Joanna-Marie :))
    Whilst i'm doing my Nurse Training I work on my local hospital trusts Nurse Bank as a Healthcare Support Worker on various wards as and when I choose and get;

    Mon-Fri £7.29 per hour
    Sat £10.49 per hour
    Sun & Bank Holidays £13.71 per hour


    Plus enhancements for unsociable hours (after 8pm and before 7:30)

    Hard work but Damn good money for someone who is only 18
    Hi. I'm about to start an Access to HE course in heath and social care in January and I'm looking for a part-time job in health to gain experience and earn some money. Do you think it is possible to get a PT job as Healthcare Support Worker? And how/where to apply?

    Thanks.
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    I work in Currys and I get £4.80 an hour Not a lot, but it's nice to be independent.
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    care home for physically disabled people. £6.80 something which i think is an incredibly bad wage for someone who spends her time wiping people after theyve gone to the toilet and bathing them and applying creams 'down there'. its not that bad once you get used to it, but what annoys me is that full time staff (im bank) get £10 something for exactly the same job, plus bonuses for unsociable hours like evenings and weekends (which are pretty much the only hours i work but i dont get bonuses).

    saying that, it is a decent wage compared to a lot of other jobs, but it is also a damn hard job to do and quite physically demanding.]

    oh and hours...well 6 hour shifts normally 4 times a week, but sometimes i do extra if i dont have college

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