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    I get paid £6.15 an hour at McDonalds.
    I work around 12-14 hours a week and I'm 18 (:
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    I work in a hospital
    $15 per hour and i work 40 hours a week
    21 yrs old.
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    I'm 17, and work as a Domestic Assistant in a care home, on £5.97/h.
    Which is great, since I used to work for McDonald's on £3.80/h!!
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    500 pounds a month-I don't get paid by the hour.
    I'm eighteen.
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    Work for a charity. £18,000 age 22
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    (Original post by Tony_Soprano1)
    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.
    What is your business out of interest, if you don't mind
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    19, Care Worker, get £6.10 an hour but more on weekends and evenings, do between 30-40 hours a week and normally get between £800-900 a month (after tax).
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    (Original post by RedGuy)
    What is your business out of interest, if you don't mind
    my first business was dealing with pharamecutical products with my brothers help 2nd 1 was selling clothes for people who were abnormal sized sold that for 9k alongside the actual internet website. My latest one im looking at importing exporting electricals.

    But it all pours into property once i graduate want to go fully into property right from self build and so on.
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