Jobs for students that pay well?

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Hello,
I am in year 13 (18 years old) and I am thinking of getting a job as I am currently writing out my CV.
Does anyone know jobs for students that pay well?
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tutoring
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tutoring
how many hours of tutoring should I do a week?
And is it better to tutor primary school kids?
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Depending on your location, punt chauffeuring might be a good one
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Depending on your location, punt chauffeuring might be a good one
I'm from London.
I think retail or tutoring might be good for me but I just wanted to know if some retails stores are better than others and how I can begin tutoring.
And if I can work two part time jobs at the same time.
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Lifeguarding! Minimum pay is 8.36 an hour, closer to £10 in London, and it’s fairly easy to find jobs (listed as recreation assistant usually) since most people live close to a pool! The only catch is you have to do a 5 day course before which is £200-300 unfortunately, and although I’d say lifeguards are really in demand there’s obviously no guarantee of getting a job.
It’s really flexible around studying and often most lifeguards at a centre are students or young people and the hours do involve early mornings, weekends and evenings but this isn’t extreme and I wouldn’t say it’s as antisocial as waitressing etc.
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In London you can charge £10 per hour for babysitting?
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