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    As the title says- really want to earn some money during the Summer before I go to uni. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks
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    yep. if you're male apply to Ardmore language schools as an activity instructor. they need men so if you're male you'll walk it. As long as you like playing sport and can be good with kids

    £270 a week.
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    Escort.

    Just getting it out the way because it'll come up eventually.
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    Freelance urban pharmaceutical distributor

    (google it)
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    (Original post by ellie_flower)
    yep. if you're male apply to Ardmore language schools as an activity instructor. they need men so if you're male you'll walk it. As long as you like playing sport and can be good with kids

    £270 a week.
    No, i'm a female Though I'd be willing to change for £270 a week!
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    (Original post by Planar)
    Freelance urban pharmaceutical distributor

    (google it)
    What exactly is this? I can't find a lot about it on the internet and i've never heard of it before. Is this something I can do, being 18 and having no experience in pharmaceuticals?
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    (Original post by lolo66)
    No, i'm a female Though I'd be willing to change for £270 a week!
    there are places for girls too, its just you'd be pretty much guarenteed as a guy!
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    (Original post by lolo66)
    What exactly is this? I can't find a lot about it on the internet and i've never heard of it before. Is this something I can do, being 18 and having no experience in pharmaceuticals?
    It means drug dealer. And it's not a bad idea, high income potential and completely tax free.
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    (Original post by lolo66)
    What exactly is this? I can't find a lot about it on the internet and i've never heard of it before. Is this something I can do, being 18 and having no experience in pharmaceuticals?
    Google it
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    Call centres are quite good! Earn about £6 an hour!
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    (Original post by Planar)
    Freelance urban pharmaceutical distributor

    (google it)
    lol

    Do that in NI though and you'll have to say good-bye to your knees of course
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    (Original post by ellie_flower)
    yep. if you're male apply to Ardmore language schools as an activity instructor. they need men so if you're male you'll walk it. As long as you like playing sport and can be good with kids

    £270 a week.
    Hey, I checked that out, but I can't see the salary details anywhere.
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    (Original post by Doughnuts!!)
    Hey, I checked that out, but I can't see the salary details anywhere.
    i think it might be one you need to e-mail off your interest. But trust me, because I know the head of recruiting, they will basically take any guy on that applies.

    Im working with them as senior welfare leader this summer and get £290 a week.

    If you have any qualifications first aid etc, you get a tenner added on



    good luck
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    (Original post by ellie_flower)
    i think it might be one you need to e-mail off your interest. But trust me, because I know the head of recruiting, they will basically take any guy on that applies.

    Im working with them as senior welfare leader this summer and get £290 a week.

    If you have any qualifications first aid etc, you get a tenner added on



    good luck
    Ah cool, thanks!

    Another quick Q: How long would I have to work for? A week? Two weeks?
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    (Original post by Doughnuts!!)
    Ah cool, thanks!

    Another quick Q: How long would I have to work for? A week? Two weeks?
    2 weeks-12 weeks. its a summer job. I think that they expect you to work for 4 weeks, but if you're male they might be more flexible?!
 
 
 
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