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    I work part time at a drycleaners :P
    £5 an hour, 5-7 hrs a week.

    Get treated like **** by the customers but the people who work there are nice
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    (Original post by POWCATTY)
    care home for physically disabled people. £6.80 something which i think is an incredibly bad wage for someone who spends her time wiping people after theyve gone to the toilet and bathing them and applying creams 'down there'. its not that bad once you get used to it, but what annoys me is that full time staff (im bank) get £10 something for exactly the same job, plus bonuses for unsociable hours like evenings and weekends (which are pretty much the only hours i work but i dont get bonuses).

    saying that, it is a decent wage compared to a lot of other jobs, but it is also a damn hard job to do and quite physically demanding.]

    oh and hours...well 6 hour shifts normally 4 times a week, but sometimes i do extra if i dont have college
    What does "bank" mean? I've seen a lot of adverts for bank positions... What does that mean?


    Thanks.
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    (Original post by POWCATTY)
    wiping people after theyve gone to the toilet and bathing them and applying creams 'down there'. its not that bad once you get used to it
    I could never do that for anyone above the age of 10, and even then only for my baby little brother who is 7... so much respect for you!

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    I work as a receptionist at an estate agency called Brutens for £6.77 an hour 9-6pm Saturdays only. Such an easy job, and the people there are agreeable
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    (Original post by jmfc)
    What does "bank" mean? I've seen a lot of adverts for bank positions... What does that mean?


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    sort of like substitue i guess....we fill in the hours which no one else wants. if someone goes ill, or if there arent enough people to cover the shifts then theyll ask you to do it.
    but we just choose whatever hours we want on whatever days we want for like 2 months in advance, the flexibility is so great!
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    Primark, usually 8 hours a week - 6.14 and hour.
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    (Original post by POWCATTY)
    sort of like substitue i guess....we fill in the hours which no one else wants. if someone goes ill, or if there arent enough people to cover the shifts then theyll ask you to do it.
    but we just choose whatever hours we want on whatever days we want for like 2 months in advance, the flexibility is so great!
    So that sounds great for us students! Except for the pay and the "down there" creams....

    I could really use a job like that, as I want to have a PT in something related to health (I'll start an Access Course this January and aim to go to the Uni to study OT) but so far I havent got enough luck... Any tips?
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    I currently work at the horrid Madhouse and get paid £4.98p/h and work 4-12 hours a week. I'll be starting at HMV soon though where I'll be on £6.08
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    (Original post by jmfc)
    Hi. I'm about to start an Access to HE course in heath and social care in January and I'm looking for a part-time job in health to gain experience and earn some money. Do you think it is possible to get a PT job as Healthcare Support Worker? And how/where to apply?

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    It depends on what experience you already have, sometimes they can be tough on people who have little experience but If you want to work in a hospital environment as a Healthcare then you can look and apply on NHS jobs if not there always Nursing and Residential Care Homes, Hospices which are along the same lines but 'can' be easier to get into because they are not so 'full on' as such ..
    Good Luck
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    Royal Mail, 8 hours per week, £10.11 per hour.
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    £2k/hour, 20 hours a week.
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    3 (the phone network) = £6.52 an hour + COMMISSION

    Usually do about 14 hours per week
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    Sainsburys, £6.53ph, 12 hours a week.
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    £8.30/hour or £12.45/hour, 6 hours a week at a language Cafe
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    Got two part-time jobs now I'm on my unplanned gap year Try to make them average out at a full time week (near 37.5 hours)

    First one is 16 hours a week contract at a well known bakery paying £6.52 (but I usually average 24-29 hours per week).

    Second is 7.5 hours at Waitrose (Food Service - Deli!) but get paid 9.5 because I do a Sunday morning shift (time and a half) and do overtime when I can Currently on £6.20 because I've only been there 8 weeks, but that should go up a bit next month
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    In may hall bar at uni for minimum wage (under 21) Only have to walk downstairs to get to work though =D Part time, 4-8 hours a week

    Also casual hours stagecrew for £10/hour
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    (Original post by PJ991)
    Royal Mail, 8 hours per week, £10.11 per hour.
    Well, that's what I call a very well paid part-time job!
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    (Original post by Joanna-Marie :))
    It depends on what experience you already have, sometimes they can be tough on people who have little experience but If you want to work in a hospital environment as a Healthcare then you can look and apply on NHS jobs if not there always Nursing and Residential Care Homes, Hospices which are along the same lines but 'can' be easier to get into because they are not so 'full on' as such ..
    Good Luck
    I'll do that. Thanks.
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    Debenhams
    £5.95 I think it is, I'm an Xmas temp and I'm meant to work 16 hours a week. However I get the chance to work a fair amount of overtime, had the chance of an extra 14 hours last week.
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    (Original post by PJ991)
    Royal Mail, 8 hours per week, £10.11 per hour.
    Do you really get paid that much or are you joking?

    If you do what is your specific job?
 
 
 
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