You could always go self-employed.
Any jobs which pay quite high for a 16 year old? Watch
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Last edited by Mystelle; 12-08-2016 at 14:16.
- 12-08-2016 14:15
(Original post by kennethdcharles)
- 12-08-2016 15:28
Work in the restaurant for breakfast... Wipe tables, clear plates, fill up the buffet when it gets empty, Hoover and mop sometimes etc.
how many hours do you work per day/week?
- 12-08-2016 15:57
I work at Huckleberrys the man v food diner on £6 an hour at 16 😌
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- 12-08-2016 22:30
Do medical trials.
- 12-08-2016 22:32
B&Q - £8.16
(Original post by Kobisha)
- 13-08-2016 05:23
are their any jobs or companies which pay higher than the minimum wages for 16 year olds?
waitressing somewhere where tipping is likely (look for quality indicators i.e. menu prices of £20 plus, top shelve liquor on display and if you can customer's jewellery before you apply)
supermarkets (notably Waitrose as you get a shareholder bonus)
anywhere with commission (electronics/tech stores are the main ones )
big budget places (new car showrooms, quality jewellery stores and quality antique dealers for example)
I mean 5 years I ago I was working for £3,000 a year as sous chef
now I run my own business in the luxury goods resale sector, I make at least that every week
- 17-08-2016 01:34
- 17-08-2016 01:41
Most jobs pay quite well for a 16 year old, considering you're a 16 year old. You've got no other income so any income in comparison is a lot :O
- 17-08-2016 01:43
I work at Sports Direct (don't judge) on £4.07, it's 20% above minimum wage and there's loads of commission to be made, so it's not a bad earner.
Plus they like to employ young people because it's cheaper for them, so it's not too bad
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- 17-08-2016 01:46
As mentioned above, plenty of companies dont discrimunate on age for min wage. Larger organisations.
- 17-08-2016 01:55
Biggest large employer here appears to be Boots at £8.80.