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    Does anyone know of any jobs for under 18s that may above minimum wage? Perhaps £6-7 or more? I currently working in sportsdirect and ,as much as i hate being whiney,that place is really crappy. I get electric shocks all the time, the manager are either never doing anything or no where to be found, i'm given trivial jobs, i get treated like a lesser member and after a month and a half of all of that i end up with £140..
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    At least you have a job -_- I've been trying to get one for ages with no luck whatsoever.
    Try going on indeed.com.
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    (Original post by Angilinei)
    At least you have a job -_- I've been trying to get one for ages with no luck whatsoever.
    Try going on indeed.com.
    Aha. I was feeling just like you a while ago, but i hope you don't rush into a job you'll dislike like i did 😱😱 and indeed is a good place to find jobs but the ads don't tell you if they give above minimum wage. I don't want to get hit with a "you're getting £4.45" at the last minute like this job did
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    (Original post by AlexTheOutcast)
    Does anyone know of any jobs for under 18s that may above minimum wage? Perhaps £6-7 or more? I currently working in sportsdirect and ,as much as i hate being whiney,that place is really crappy. I get electric shocks all the time, the manager are either never doing anything or no where to be found, i'm given trivial jobs, i get treated like a lesser member and after a month and a half of all of that i end up with £140..
    Phone stores

    At Three I made £8.50/h + up to 25% (of base salary) monthly bonus (if you hot your sales/volume target) and up to 25% (of base salary) in quarterly bonuses (if you hit your customer service target).

    I was 17-18 whilst there, and 16 when I was at O2. At Three I worked 16 hours a week and made ~£700-800 a month (if you take into account quarterly bonus).

    At O2, it was £6.90/h + a voucher code worth £x if you hit target.

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