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    (Original post by Runninground)
    I saw a finance director job for £500 per day once...

    (Btw, I would take a job at £13 per hour. My Christmas job was £5.50 an hour, which I thought was good!)
    i saw a stock broker job advertised at £500 per hour once :eek: Boy, wonder what someone with that much money does with it all :eek:


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    a full job on 13 gbp/ hr is about the median average wage - the oft quoted headline average wage in the UK.

    it's also the basic wage of a reasonably experienced band 5 Health professional, a teacher with a few years PQ experience or a Police officer ...

    so for a none grad it;s good money especially outside of London and for graduates outside of london it;s a reasonable wage.
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    (Original post by cl_steele)
    You'd be a damn cheap hooker, just saying...
    You seem to be a very well informed gentlemen on the subject!

    (Original post by Annuhlees)
    I must admit.. I have no idea how much hookers get paid

    I'm not sure why I got all the neg :cool:
    Maybe someone thought you were a bit too expensive for them
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    (Original post by rock_climber86)
    i saw a stock broker job advertised at £500 per hour once :eek: Boy, wonder what someone with that much money does with it all :eek:


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    :O Imagine that- £4k a day :O I bet you'd get thousands in bonuses too!
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    (Original post by member9876)
    What do people think of a job
    Which pays £13/hr in this day and age. That's what I am on but I think it's pretty average tbh.
    i would love to have that job !! where do you work ?
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    (Original post by member9876)
    What do people think of a job
    Which pays £13/hr in this day and age. That's what I am on but I think it's pretty average tbh.
    It depends on what job you are doing, how qualified you are etc.
    But i wouldnt grumble at £13 an hour.
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    Works out to 25.5 k a yr
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    No offence, but I don't know what you want people to say? Well ****ing done?
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    well done. You earn min wage in australia :P. I wish i was aussie sometimes


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    Just want honest opinions on if 25.5 is ok
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    (Original post by member9876)
    Just want honest opinions on if 25.5 is ok
    Why though? What do you think? Surely if you've worked yourself up to that level - or even if you haven't - you'd be able to find/work out something as simple as that...
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    I find it hilarious how you need our approvals to feel good about yourself.

    It would be such an irony if you eventually earned a mega wage in a job which made you feel as if you should give up in life.

    The value of a job is not in how much money it pays, OP.
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    Pretty average?!

    I worked 9-6, 5 days a week, for 6 weeks on £3.68 an hour last summer!
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    (Original post by scotttb)
    I dont get out of bed for any less than £30 per hour
    for what type of jobs?
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    (Original post by non)
    for what type of jobs?
    Chancellor of the exchequer.
 
 
 
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