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    I write a sports column for the Times. I get paid £200 for each one. Then they pass it off as somebody else's work .
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    I get crap pay! £4.43 an hour, working at budgens
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    I write a sports column for the Times. I get paid £200 for each one. Then they pass it off as somebody else's work .
    That sucks!
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    (Original post by Emzeebubs)
    hey, just wondering how much people get paid for summer jobs....? i get £4.60 an hour but all my mates get more than that working elsewhere....i feel so deprived!
    Don't you mean wage. A salary is a fixed sum regardless, of how many hours you work, though there is always a minimum amount you have to work. A wage is paid upon how many hours you actually work, sorry to be pedantic.
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    I used to get paid about £140 a week doing about 25 hours per week. Not bad
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    hmmm about £5.00 p.h at the moment but in a few months it will go up to about £15,000 p.a with regular raises.
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    (Original post by Pencil)
    As a General Assistant at Tesco, I get £5.55 an hour.

    On Sunday, I get double that.
    i work at tesco, you must be incredibly old if you get double time and not time-and-a-half
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    I get paid $10 canadian working at an autobody shop.
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    (Original post by Curiosity)
    Don't you mean wage. A salary is a fixed sum regardless, of how many hours you work, though there is always a minimum amount you have to work. A wage is paid upon how many hours you actually work, sorry to be pedantic.
    lol, yeh whatever. I mean, what is your hourly rate
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    I get £5 an hour, working as a barmaid.
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    £150 In-calls (Max 2 hrs), £240 out-calls, £500 overnight, international rates negotiable. No kissing.
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    If I have a web development contract I get £8 an hour, if I am doing leaflets its more like £4-£5 an hour.
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    £7 p/h warehouse work - so not worth the permanent back trouble awaiting you after doing this job.
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    (Original post by Jools)
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    Go on...

    We all admire you, and would like to know the figure, to see what we could earn.
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    5.60 per hour in customer service, makes me yearn for the era of my 14 hour a day 4.75 work in fish processing days :rolleyes: .
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    £5.75 an hour for working at my local Leisure Centre as a Leisure Assistant its sometimes hard physical work but when courts or halls are not booked we get paid for not doing anything sometimes.
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    i get 8.25 an hour in my gap year job, finish tomorrow tho!
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    (Original post by Pencil)
    As a General Assistant at Tesco, I get £5.55 an hour.

    On Sunday, I get double that.
    Omg - I supervise at Wilkinson and only get £5.37.
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