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    Hey!
    I wonder, how much should I ask for walking the dogs and cleaning the house per hour (in euros) what are ur suggestions?
    p.s. Just wanted to find some part time job like that, but dunno for how much should I ask. :confused:
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    first of all. how old are you. The wage you could reasonably expect depends on how old you are. If you are under 16 probs the equivalent of £3.00 for something like that im afraid If you are over that age then maybe about £4.50?? However, it depends on how expensive things are in sweden and how rich the people are who are going to be paying you!
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    (Original post by belafron)
    first of all. how old are you. The wage you could reasonably expect depends on how old you are. If you are under 16 probs the equivalent of £3.00 for something like that im afraid If you are over that age then maybe about £4.50?? However, it depends on how expensive things are in sweden and how rich the people are who are going to be paying you!
    I am 20
    And you wrote about amount of money, but you wrote it for dog walking or for cleaning the houses? or both?
    Thnak you very much for your answer :tsr:
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    are you talking about been an au paiur in the uk or are you talking about doing this in your own country?
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    (Original post by belafron)
    are you talking about been an au paiur in the uk or are you talking about doing this in your own country?
    Well, actually I am an au-pair, but in Sweden. And I have lots of time, and nothing to do, so was thinking about getting some job like that, because I would like to have some extra money. :rolleyes:
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    why not try some bar/shop work? alternatively, if you have lots of spare time on your hands then why not try a university course or something?
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    (Original post by belafron)
    why not try some bar/shop work? alternatively, if you have lots of spare time on your hands then why not try a university course or something?
    well, i will be in the Uni..but for this semester it will be just twice a week, and then from next semester itwill be fukl time. I dont think that I have time for that kind of a job, you suggsted, I have free time just from 8 30 in the morning till 15 00, then I am spending timw with a family...I dont think it is possible to be a bar attendor, what do you think?
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    im not sure... i think that you could find part time shop work. To be honest i wouldnt really bother with walking a dog... it seems to me that thats more like work for a 14 year old. Cleaning houses could be a good idea if you have any experience. I would sk for about 10 euros an hour if you are any good...
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    (Original post by belafron)
    im not sure... i think that you could find part time shop work. To be honest i wouldnt really bother with walking a dog... it seems to me that thats more like work for a 14 year old. Cleaning houses could be a good idea if you have any experience. I would sk for about 10 euros an hour if you are any good...
    well, i am good!!! you are right about the dogs!!!! I will go to post my adv in a rich district may be someone will need my help )) thx for ur concern
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    no problem.
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    Just ask a little over whatever the minimum wage is in Sweden... (which I believe is quite high)
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    Sorry, I've just checked and there is no legal minimum wage in Sweden... oops!
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    Find out what other people in the area charge for the same service and undercut them.
 
 
 
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