Students who earn high hourly wages (>£35/hour), what do you do?

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There’s no secret to working hard to earn your wages. 😊
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There’s no secret to working hard to earn your wages. 😊
I earn (averaged out) >£50/hour doing very little work (tutor arbitrage) so, trust me, there are still opportunities to be found ;}
I guess most people here who can achieve the my >£35/hr figure are in the tutoring field as well.
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I earn (averaged out) >£50/hour doing very little work (tutor arbitrage) so, trust me, there are still opportunities to be found ;}
I guess most people here who can achieve the my >£35/hr figure are in the tutoring field as well.
I earn £45 an hour. No I don’t tutor. 😊
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I earn £45 an hour. No I don’t tutor. 😊
Impressive! If you're willing to share, I'm really curious how
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When I was at uni, tutoring people for A-levels would only get you £20-25 an hour max. Maybe a bit more for tutoring uni students. Most other jobs would pay minimum wage. Notable exceptions were SU jobs (which paid/pay living wage) and nannying/babysitter jobs for rich parents (which varied wildly and were super inflexible and demanding a lot of the time).

Edit: A guy I knew made more than minimum wage by doing some kind of assistant manager shift at a nightclub 3 days a week, even though the shift was pretty long and the hours were obviously super antisocial (he left at like 6 or 7 am). But that was only a thing because he knew someone and the guy who'd occupied the role full-time previously quit. Don't think it's a sensible option.
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if ure good in acting or so ,one can try your luck in the casting agencies,the smaller ones tend to be personal,and with any luck one can be earning handsomely,..london has got a lot of them..best of luck...
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