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NO I haven't done any training of any kind, I just hand them out, I don't recommend anyhting I just find them and hand them out. I think I'm ok with that sort of thing although I wouldn't know if there was a mistake with the medicine or something.
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About £6000 a year, which works out at about £3 an hour, stupid government not giving students enough money, how are we supposed to live on that. Its not even minimum wage, and thats including an approximate amount I make in the holidays. Grrr... *goes off on rant about how much money students have*
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i get £5.23 in mars and sparks

i got £5.62 when i was working there over xmas
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Got offered some work yesterday for £10 an hour but didn't take it, I've got too much on.
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I have got a raise for being 18 and I now get the huge sum of £3.80!
How much do other people get?
i get £4.50ph but i only work 2 hours a night... and i have an UNOFFICIAL half hour break!! ssshhhh dont tell any1!!
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I work at a uni - it's a proper groan up graduate job so it should be quite well paid...and I spent 9 months temping on £6.50ph before I managed to land this.

Plus it's boosted by the rediculous amount of paid leave I get (30 days holiday + 6 work closure days + bank holidays - my temping job had 20 days including bank holidays)

So what does the job actually entail then? What do you do research or something?
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About £6000 a year, which works out at about £3 an hour, stupid government not giving students enough money, how are we supposed to live on that. Its not even minimum wage, and thats including an approximate amount I make in the holidays. Grrr... *goes off on rant about how much money students have*
what do u do??
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3,900,000 Lat in a trust fund, as soon as I turn 24.

You better be joking? What do your parents do then and why is your inheritance or whatever it is so vast? Youre joking yes?

Guess what I get when I turn 24.

Sweet **** all
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Yes, it's just over £4 million. I plan to qualify as a doctor, anyway, because being unemployed would get boring.

Why bother? Let someone else train as a doctor who is less fortunate than you. You are merely taking a place in medicine that is desired by many. And that place would make someone have a better life financially who is less fortunate than you

Just a thought. You might think its noble to train to become a doctor but really why bother when you are rich
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Because it's not all about money? He may enjoy being a doctor.
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I'm working on it!
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what is minimum wage for a 18 year old
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lets see as a lifeguard you getabout 10 pounds an hour (if they have lifeguards in england)
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3,900,000 Lat in a trust fund, as soon as I turn 24.
jesus mr white! are you sure your not royalty in disguise?
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I think the minimum wage is £3.80 for an 18 year old but if ur 22 u get £4.50.

For december I was paid £4.50 by mistake because my boss is a looser, his boss told him off the next month and so in January I was paid £3.50 and hour and had all the extra money from the month before taken away!! soooo unfair.
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I think the minimum wage is £3.80 for an 18 year old but if ur 22 u get £4.50.

For december I was paid £4.50 by mistake because my boss is a looser, his boss told him off the next month and so in January I was paid £3.50 and hour and had all the extra money from the month before taken away!! soooo unfair.
that is unfair! they cant just take the money AWAY......
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Well that's what they did, It was about £50 quid in the end not to mention the fact I was getting less money than I thought I was gonna get. I asked to have it taken off in installments but they said it was the end of the year so no.

Its not fair, but its true.

I'm applying for a new job as I type.
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*goes green with envy*

i work at sainsburys...so earn roughly what the thread starter gets....slave wage
How are you on that little i am at sainsburys and just increased to 6.75 ph after 6months where abouts u work.
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3,900,000 Lat in a trust fund, as soon as I turn 24.
What do your parents do? How come you are going to be so stinking rich? If I offered to suck your weiner would you throw me a million?!
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(Original post by woody)
I have got a raise for being 18 and I now get the huge sum of £3.80!
How much do other people get?
hey i get £6.50 and im 16
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