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    Hi does anyone know any GOOD Saturday jobs that are ok pay .....☺☺☺
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    Do you live near shops and restaurants? They're often the best places to go when looking for a saturday job. I did my first job at the local fish and chip shop!
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    Aim for restaurants so you can get those tips, however keep in mind that some restaurants simply share tips equally among all the staff members (including chefs and morning shift workers) you don't want that. If possible go for restaurants that don't make you share your tips with others, even though your salary won't be that high (it's restaurant, duh) you will get good tips and in overall pretty decent income.
    By the way, room service could be a great option for you as well, they pay you good tips there generally aim for the tips...
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    No age mentioned so I'll assume your old enough for a generic part time job.

    Supermarkets and other large chains like fast food services are generally pretty good for find part time or temporary employment. Restaurants, fish and chip shops and so on tend to be good at employing part timers as well. Local companies may also want some weekend help.

    Honestly if you're just working a Saturday job there will be no decent pay. You'd probably get a little over minimum wage at best, and 8 hours every Saturday would have you bringing in around £200-£250 a month. It's not amazing but that's the sort of thing you'd be looking at, working anywhere that's likely to employ you.

    And of course good is subjective as well. More often than not the jobs won't be particularly amazing, or make you want a career there.

    Of course if you're motivated enough you could find other ways to make money. The internet is a treasure trove of opportunities to make money online.
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    Thank u every one as u were all very helpful! Shall aim for local companies and big shop chains! Thank u! ☺☺☺
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    (Original post by Hungry Student)
    Aim for restaurants so you can get those tips, however keep in mind that some restaurants simply share tips equally among all the staff members (including chefs and morning shift workers) you don't want that. If possible go for restaurants that don't make you share your tips with others, even though your salary won't be that high (it's restaurant, duh) you will get good tips and in overall pretty decent income.
    By the way, room service could be a great option for you as well, they pay you good tips there generally aim for the tips...
    Oh yes tips! Shall try and get lots of them! Lol thank u ☺☺☺
 
 
 
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