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    (Original post by Runninghigh)
    Yeah I have level 2 now so about £15/hr now!
    Lucky you!!! Where do you work?
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    I work at Sports Direct and earn 5.80 an hour.
    I work part time due to college !
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    (Original post by king0617)
    Lucky you!!! Where do you work?
    Just the local leisure company (they run all the city's pools)
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    Was working for a global copier and IT firm.
    £10.80 an hour prior to tax.
    Full time 37.5 hours a week.

    Now looking for part time.
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    I work part time in my local newsagents, its only just down the road from me and not hugely strenuous, just need to be polite.

    However I only earn £4.50 and hour, increasing to £5 an hour when I turn 18 in 6 months time.
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    (Original post by fuzznbass)
    Ok guess it differs place to place, I'm on £6.54
    My brother is a manager at Sainsburys and local stores pay a much higher hourly rate than others. Location also matters (how busy the shop is)

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    (Original post by Agata)
    My brother is a manager at Sainsburys and local stores pay a much higher hourly rate than others. Location also matters (how busy the shop is)

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    I work in Sainsburys and I'm pretty sure it's the other way around, with main chain stores getting paid more than convenience.

    I earn more than team leaders in the convenience store near me and I am a Band 2. Location allowance relates to how close you are to London, not how busy the store is. Which I think is a bit unfair, but hey.


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    Swimming teacher on £13.52 an hour, also own my own lifeguard/first aid training company.


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    (Original post by Alarae)
    I work in Sainsburys and I'm pretty sure it's the other way around, with main chain stores getting paid more than convenience.

    I earn more than team leaders in the convenience store near me and I am a Band 2. Location allowance relates to how close you are to London, not how busy the store is. Which I think is a bit unfair, but hey.


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    Are you sure? The local right next to my house paid 7.40 an hour whereas the bigger Sainsburys down the road (almost same shift) was 6.50.

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    (Original post by Alarae)
    I work in Sainsburys and I'm pretty sure it's the other way around, with main chain stores getting paid more than convenience.

    I earn more than team leaders in the convenience store near me and I am a Band 2. Location allowance relates to how close you are to London, not how busy the store is. Which I think is a bit unfair, but hey.


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    I get paid £5.01 in a main store, we don't even get any extra money for overtime it's ****.
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    (Original post by Agata)
    My brother is a manager at Sainsburys and local stores pay a much higher hourly rate than others. Location also matters (how busy the shop is)

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    Ah makes sense, i got a raise in line with inflation anyway recently so that's good
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    (Original post by Agata)
    Are you sure? The local right next to my house paid 7.40 an hour whereas the bigger Sainsburys down the road (almost same shift) was 6.50.

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    That's what I was told, because I thought it was a pretty crap arrangement considering convenience workers do twice the work for worse pay.


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    (Original post by AwsomePossum)
    I get paid £5.01 in a main store, we don't even get any extra money for overtime it's ****.
    Yowch, that's... Really low. I'm close to London though (Reading) so I get £7.40 p/h.

    Couldn't imagine working for that little now :/


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    (Original post by Alarae)
    Yowch, that's... Really low. I'm close to London though (Reading) so I get £7.40 p/h.

    Couldn't imagine working for that little now :/


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    They get what they pay for. Nobody does anything, the only thing I put effort into is helping customers. People eat stuff out of the warehouse, kick broken glass out of the way etc.

    I don't know of anyone who's not trying to find a better job.
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    Shop floor assistant at ASDA
    Part time - 16 hours
    £6.60/hour. Great student job.
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    How old are you? , because I'm thinking of applying for maccies but I need to know what there minimum wage is
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    I work at Burger King, minimum wage.

    Living the dream.
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    Hey everyone,

    I'm applying for a part time job at a restaurant and beside working hours it states '5 Hours of work' and nothing else, do you think this is a single day for 35 hours per week? Cause I've not left school yet hah!

    I checked the other job titles and they all said 'Full time' or '10 hours a week' too.

    Cheers
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    (Original post by MichGaughan97)
    Hey everyone,

    I'm applying for a part time job at a restaurant and beside working hours it states '5 Hours of work' and nothing else, do you think this is a single day for 35 hours per week? Cause I've not left school yet hah!

    I checked the other job titles and they all said 'Full time' or '10 hours a week' too.

    Cheers
    When a vacancy specifies the number of hours a job is for, it usually means hours per week... so I am assuming it would be five hours per week. It can help to contact the restaurant just to clarify; better safe than sorry.
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    Jd sports £5.35 an hour when I was 20
    By the way it's a terrible place to work unless your on footwear
 
 
 
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