a well paid Weekend job??Watch
The other high paid jobs in my area are at this really posh health farm place.
My current job is in a Two For One (Spirit Group) Pub in Wrexham. Its convenient as its close to home, and the social side, and holiday pay, is excellent, as is the training and promotion prospects. I've been there part time for 11 months and I'm hoping to become a supervisor soon. I've been bar trained since my 18th birthday, and my pay goes up from £3.80 (basic rate) to £4.22 when I complete some more training. However, I've been too busy preparing for exams to do it. The work is also more demanding because we're constantly busy, we're the no 1 pub in the chain!
U could work at an out of school club n get £4.50 an hour.. i do that in the hols.
One thing is constant though, being a part-time nanny or a nanny relief (covering days off) pays good money for young people. You can earn up to $15/hr for a wealthy family interested in having someone entertain their children while they are home or just to babysit while they go to an event. You'd have better luck landing these jobs if you found a nanny placement agency.
Another great way for students to make money is to start your own business. I know many students in the United States who own their own businesses in the summer earning huge amounts of money so they don't have to work the rest of the year while they are in school.
Good ideas for self employment for students are things that don't require much overhead. Try a lawn maintenance business, a window cleaning business or a house painting business. These things are generally seasonal so you can get away with making THOUSANDS of dollars per EACH month in the summer. Bank it all and you wont' have to work the rest of the year while you're at school.
If anyone wants more ideas, let me know. I'm full of them.
they r bulidin a new tesco express near my house and im 16 in a few months, is it worth me applyin or will they turn me down staright away coz im not 16, oh and wots with all the questions on the application form and wot r they lookin for from them?
I think you have to be 18, but good money and as agency you can pick up and drop work as you wish
A good job would be in your local library, my friend was getting paid 5.90 when she first started and she did bugger all, she also had lots of good benefits cos it was a council job. The only problem was though taht htre wern't that many hours avaiable and over last summer she had to get another job in the week.
The ebst job any of my friends had was working in a gallery in London on sunday. he was getting £16 an hour (double pay) The only thing is that he had a 3 hour trian journey there and back every time he worked but he was still raking it in. Although the train ticket would ahve cost him about 30 quid returna dn its a hell of an annoyance having to travel so much jsut for a weekend job.