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    Bar in a hotel
    £5.36 per hour
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    16yrs old
    £1mil per 5min of work and/or stare at boobs
    per day

    Yeah thats my dream, slightly moist.
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    Not plenty enough
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    I'm 16 years old
    I work at Waitrose
    I get £6.20 per hour
    And I do around 13 hours a week.
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    (Original post by jcm6084)
    I'm 16 years old
    I work at Waitrose
    I get £6.20 per hour
    And I do around 13 hours a week.
    ha lol snap

    I'm 17 though, work in fresh food Dept at waitrose
    i get £6.70 an hour though (got a raise and have been working there over a year)

    i do 22 hours a week at the moment though (working all this week though due to xmas)
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    19, Tesco Team Leader and I make about £1050 after tax and work about 36-45 hours a week depending how busy it is. This week and last week due to xmas its been 3:30am starts and finishing about 2pm. But its all good.
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    Im 21, work mainly as a healthcare assistant in Boots on a Saturday, though more hours during uni holidays. I earn £6.08/hr.

    As of August 2011, I'll be a pre-registration pharmacist earning £22K
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    Work in a hospital. £8.60 to £16.20 an hour depending on when I choose to work.

    Do about 15hrs a week.

    Am 21.
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    (Original post by Leighthesim)
    ha lol snap

    I'm 17 though, work in fresh food Dept at waitrose
    i get £6.70 an hour though (got a raise and have been working there over a year)

    i do 22 hours a week at the moment though (working all this week though due to xmas)
    Ahh no way!? I'm Fresh Foods too believe it or not!
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    i work full time at a shopping centre store, also get paid for band photography etc and have just started a small ebay business

    i'm eighteen- on yet another gap year starting college in september.

    job= around 40 hours @ £6.50 an hour, about a grand a month

    photography= £50 a night, four or five times a month, trying to get more work.

    ebay= me and friend should hopefully be in £3000 profit by april

    it sucks having to give my mother rent for a tiny room though ¬.¬
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    17, help organising a carboot sale
    £40 for a morning 7:30 till 1 on sunday

    Yeah, it means i dont get a lie-in but its easy money
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    Investment bank
    Approx £12-15 an hour
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    I work a lot of hours.
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    When I was interning I got around £8.60 an hour. Aged 18 - 20.
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    Self Employed
    Online Business 12k After tax per year
    Rent from property 6k

    Total 18k

    i dont actually work any hours whatsoever im still at university get loans and bursaries of about 4k so 22k all together. When i do start working which is next year should be about 40k alltogether.
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    work at a tutoring place...(won't name)

    get paid £15 for 1.5hrs

    but only once a week
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    (Original post by deavinj)
    i work full time at a shopping centre store, also get paid for band photography etc and have just started a small ebay business

    i'm eighteen- on yet another gap year starting college in september.

    job= around 40 hours @ £6.50 an hour, about a grand a month

    photography= £50 a night, four or five times a month, trying to get more work.

    ebay= me and friend should hopefully be in £3000 profit by april

    it sucks having to give my mother rent for a tiny room though ¬.¬
    cool....what sort of stuff do you sell?
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    Law firm
    Not sure how much an hour, but salary fluctuates between £17.5k - £18k per annum.
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    Not very happy with it but I am grateful for what I have.
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    About £700 after tax per month.

    Although the job includes accommodation and food in a really expensive part of London and I live next to where I work so don't need to travel, thus I'm pocketing virtually all of it.

    First proper job at 21.
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    23, office, £9.90p.h. 14 hours per week
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