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    Im 14 and work Saturdays at a bike shop, any questions???
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    Get on ya bike and take off.

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    (Original post by RiOt GrrrL)
    Get on ya bike and take off.

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    Very funny!
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    (Original post by STUDYREVISE)
    Why work?. Do you get paid or is it voluntary?
    i can manage school as long as i stop putting of homework and occasionally work on it at lunch. i use to get paid £15 a day and now i get £20. i Really like working there and chatting to the other guys there (they're between 20-30 and we get on well and have a laugh)
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    How many hours?
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    (Original post by Samistrawberry)
    How many hours?
    9:30-4 so... 6 and a half hours
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    (Original post by charlottepayne00)
    9:30-4 so... 6 and a half hours
    Quite a lot of your day gone :3

    How did you come across the job?
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    (Original post by Samistrawberry)
    Quite a lot of your day gone :3

    How did you come across the job?
    Well my dads really into bikes and went to the shop and chatted to the guys there. They had only just taken over the shop from the previous owner and there was lots do do and they were really busy, so my dad offered my help on Saturdays. i Was looking for a Saturday job at the time so it was great, plus im a real tomboy and like all that stuff so it was cool. Then they kept me on and i do all the jobs i can and they teach me more so i can help more with repairs and stuff
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    I really respect your work ethic! Keep it up, with that sort of attitude you'll go far in life :yep:
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    (Original post by Arsenalforlifee)
    I really respect your work ethic! Keep it up, with that sort of attitude you'll go far in life :yep:
    Thanks, well i hope so
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    (Original post by charlottepayne00)
    Well my dads really into bikes and went to the shop and chatted to the guys there. They had only just taken over the shop from the previous owner and there was lots do do and they were really busy, so my dad offered my help on Saturdays. i Was looking for a Saturday job at the time so it was great, plus im a real tomboy and like all that stuff so it was cool. Then they kept me on and i do all the jobs i can and they teach me more so i can help more with repairs and stuff
    Your a girl :eek:

    Are you busy all the time?

    It's great that you have a job

    I'm looking for a job too.. But not atm.
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    (Original post by Samistrawberry)
    Your a girl :eek:

    Are you busy all the time?

    It's great that you have a job

    I'm looking for a job too.. But not atm.
    Fair enough and YES im a girl
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    While it's great that your willing to work at 14, I'm pretty sure it's illegal to work at that age unless it's at the business of a parent or close relative.


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    (Original post by Grimbo)
    While it's great that your willing to work at 14, I'm pretty sure it's illegal to work at that age unless it's at the business of a parent or close relative.


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    it isnt as its only one day a week
 
 
 
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