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Is £700/$700 a month good for me?
I currently study and also balance a part time job. I make a little of $700 a month and I was just wondering if that’s good for a teenager?
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That's over 8 grand a year! What kinda part time job are you working?!
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That's over 8 grand a year! What kinda part time job are you working?!
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In a grocery store. Just the typical job a teen could get I guess lol. By the way I can’t tell if your being sarcastic lol is $700 good? Thanks for the reply (Original post by Anonymous)That's over 8 grand a year! What kinda part time job are you working?!
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Erm, yeah that's good! I don't have a job, but all the ones I've applied for (part time) I would have been lucky to make £150 - £200 a month. I dunno what grocery store you work at, but either you're working huge hours or they pay really well!
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OP is American by the sounds of it, so closer to £500 GBP - still somewhat impressive.
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Ok thanks for the response bro,btw it’s a Sainsburys super store and I do 18 hours a week. (Original post by Anonymous)Erm, yeah that's good! I don't have a job, but all the ones I've applied for (part time) I would have been lucky to make £150 - £200 a month. I dunno what grocery store you work at, but either you're working huge hours or they pay really well!
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(Original post by IWMTom)
OP is American by the sounds of it, so closer to £500 GBP - still somewhat impressive.
Sainsbury’s superstore 👍🏼
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Ok thanks for the response bro,btw it’s a Sainsburys super store and I do 18 hours a week. (Original post by Anonymous)Erm, yeah that's good! I don't have a job, but all the ones I've applied for (part time) I would have been lucky to make £150 - £200 a month. I dunno what grocery store you work at, but either you're working huge hours or they pay really well!
That works out at roughly £9.70 an hour. That's well above minimum wage! Damn, I ought to try and get a job at Sainsbury's!
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That works out at roughly £9.70 an hour. That's well above minimum wage! Damn, I ought to try and get a job at Sainsbury's!
Definitely it’s pretty good to start any career
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