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    4-12 hours per week as a sales adviser.
    £6.29 an hour.
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    Waitress at LFC
    work whenever its a home match day or events are on - pretty random hours
    £6.08 an hour
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    local market flogging clothes, £3 an hour
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    local market flogging clothes, £3 an hour
    How old?
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    none of your business
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    none of your business
    Nice.
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    I work at a Uni supporting specialist teams doing admin crap and smiley faceness I earn around 8.80p/h
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    I work at Halfords, for £5.84 p/h, plus whatever I manage to make in bonuses! I only work 7 hours a week though :grumble:
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    Shoezone .. £5 an hour(under 18)
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    (Original post by NS17)
    I work in Wetherspoons as a Bar Associate.
    Part time 16 hours a week. £6.40p/h.

    I also moonlight as a web developer, that pays £30 an hour.
    ......
    can i ask you what type of place or how do you do the web developer work ?? because i am also studying web design and wanted to do something similar..
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    (Original post by Azza919)
    3 (the phone network) = £6.52 an hour + COMMISSION

    Usually do about 14 hours per week
    How much do you come out WITH commission, im curious? One of my acquaintances has been working in phone sales, since 22...he's now 29. About a year ago and a bit ago he switched to working for 3. He is still on the shop floor and earns the same basic as you.....but now takes home a relatively 'crazy' salary after commission and view of the actual job requirements....
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    (Original post by TruetoMyself)
    How much do you come out WITH commission, im curious? One of my acquaintances has been working in phone sales, since 22...he's now 29. About a year ago and a bit ago he switched to working for 3. He is still on the shop floor and earns the same basic as you.....but now takes home a relatively 'crazy' salary after commission and view of the actual job requirements....
    its confusing haha! and depends on what phones/tariffs etc... its a brilliant job and company to work for. I know people who have come out with about £800 a month in commission. i love working on commission, but i know compared to other networks/stores (i know phones 4 u are notoriously bad in terms of making 'commission drones) 3 has a brilliant balance of commission and basic wage

    To answer your question, i work 11 hours a week on 6.72 or something similar after a pay rise.. with commision i'd say about £500 a month?
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    (Original post by Azza919)
    its confusing haha! and depends on what phones/tariffs etc... its a brilliant job and company to work for. I know people who have come out with about £800 a month in commission. i love working on commission, but i know compared to other networks/stores (i know phones 4 u are notoriously bad in terms of making 'commission drones) 3 has a brilliant balance of commission and basic wage

    To answer your question, i work 11 hours a week on 6.72 or something similar after a pay rise.. with commision i'd say about £500 a month?
    Yeah sounds pretty good. Seriously during a couple of months my acquaintance has come out with £2000 (pre tax), normal months usually around £1600-1800-so was curious whether this was the case with most 3 employees. He's contracted for 30 hours a week, but lol as you mention the incentives with the commission frequently mean he works a few hours a week extra without a basic
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    I work in a furniture shop on only one day a week, and I get £6 an hour. Though this is a little inflated due to the fact that my boss is always anything between 5 minutes and 30 minutes late arriving to open up the shop, so I also get paid a bit to stand outside in the cold , and then I sometimes get sent home a bit early too when business is very slow and quiet towards the end of the day.
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    I work at Sainsbury's part time and get £6.54 an hour.
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    I work part-time in a shop on campus at my university, and I earn £8.22 an hour. I only work 8 hours a week, though.
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    I work at halfords and get paid £5.01 an hour (I'm 16)
    Normally work 7 hours a week but sometimes get overtime and cover other people's shifts etc.
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    Work at Iceland (foods), run the frozen section generally. Pay is something like £6.78 an hour. I only work about 8-12hrs in term time (at uni), holidays as much as I can get, a couple of years ago that would have been a lot of hours, these days I'm lucky if I even get any extra hours apart from covering illness. If I can't get any more then 8-12hrs over this summer I'll have to look for a second job as well..
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    I get paid 2.5/hour for doing absolutely nothing.
    I do that 24/7.

    The sad part is I'm 100% serious.
 
 
 
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