Earning £7.50 an hour at age 16

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    Is this a good wage?
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    Depends what you're doing and if you're enjoying it.
    Making yourself miserable for £7.50 an hour isn't worth it, but if you enjoy it, yeah it's not bad (given the minimum wage for under 18's is £4.00 a hour).
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    When I was 16, my first retail job paid me £5.08. You're on a decent wage for your age trust me.
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    thanks guys
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    That's not a good wage for someone working full time and depending on that wage, but for a teenager who's working part time it's brilliant.
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    Working a 40 hour week that equates to over £15.5k a year, so as a starting wage for a sixteen year old I would say that is actually pretty good.
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    (Original post by Carpe Diem Jay)
    That's not a good wage for someone working full time and depending on that wage, but for a teenager who's working part time it's brilliant.
    yeah just part time
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    I earned £6.79 an hour when I was 17, beat that everyone
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    thats really good, i worked at kfc and got 5.30 an hour which was min wage for my age (19)
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    It's good for a 16 year old.
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    yeah the best is waitrose I think - £7.66 an hour
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    (Original post by REforever)
    Is this a good wage?
    You are cool ! Good work !
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    Wow, that's nearly around £400 a week! what's your job? Would I earn the same if I worked in an ICT related industry? (I want to be a game designer when I'm older :lol: )
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    I earned £6.79 an hour when I was 17, beat that everyone
    My friend is 15 and earns £9.83 - have no idea how!
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    I'm 18 and earning £7.24 an hour so that's well better Lol!

    Where are you working?
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    (Original post by Hi, my name is)
    My friend is 15 and earns £9.83 - have no idea how!


    She's not even legally supposed to be working.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Don't worry, I'm sure you're in a great position now! And my mate's just lucky, you had a great wage at 17!
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    I earned £6.79 an hour when I was 17, beat that everyone
    How much are you earning now?
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    (Original post by Hi, my name is)
    Don't worry, I'm sure you're in a great position now! And my mate's just lucky, you had a great wage at 17!
    Studying, but I had an interview for a pt job.

    And, yeah, I guess, but the company sucked ballsack lol.
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    (Original post by Hi, my name is)
    My friend is 15 and earns £9.83 - have no idea how!
    how have they managed that jeez
 
 
 
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