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Just for fun lets check everyone's job.

This is what you need to answer in your reply:

* What is your job.
* Your salary and if you get bonuses for certain actions/performance.
* What is the minimum wage in your country.
* Are you a high school student.
* Did you have to learn for that job in an academy\college (like a Doctor) or not.(Pizza boy, lol)


I'll start:
* I am doing phone surveys
* My salary is minimum and I can get bonuses
* About 4.5 $
* Yes I am
* No I did not(still a student)

Post yours


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* What is your job.
Dish washer at a catering company.

* Your salary and if you get bonuses for certain actions/performance.
$7.00 an hour, no bonuses that I know of.

* What is the minimum wage in your country.
The minimum wage of Florida is $6.79 an hour.

* Are you a high school student.
No.

* Did you have to learn for that job in an academy\college (like a Doctor) or not.(Pizza boy, lol)
No.
 
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Junior Graphics Designer.
£16k per annum.
bonuses = get to work from home if i'm a good boy.

during "crunch" periods, where our studio is behind deadline, or where our deadlines are shifted, i may have to work in the studio, for like... 12-14 hours a day, and sleep at the studio so i can literally wake up and get working again. for a week or two. however we're usually payed a whole months salery for those two weeks crunch.

national minimum wage is £10k per annum.
 
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*McDonalds Employee.
*No idea what my salary is. Probably minimum or non or something.
*$8.00/hour
*Yeah, Senior in Highschool
*Nope.
 
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lol, I looked at the dictionary. You could use the word Annual, or yearly.

I wasn't familiar with this term.
 
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well, in every contract i've ever had where i'm salaried rather than hourly paid, it always says "per annum", or "p/a" which of course means the same thing.
 
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* What is your job.
1. Wedding Videographer/Editor
2. Music Instructor
3. Almost RN

* Your salary and if you get bonuses for certain actions/performance.
1. Free lunch/dinner for whoever we film
2. Free food
3. Almost there!

* What is the minimum wage in your country.
I don't quite remember.

* Are you a high school student.
Was.

* Did you have to learn for that job in an academy\college (like a Doctor) or not.(Pizza boy, lol)
1. Yes.
2. Yes
3. Yes
 
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*superstore chashere.
*sometime changes.
*£28.00/hour
*Yeah, collage studant
*learn while you work.
 
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* What is your job.
Trolling this forum.

* Your salary and if you get bonuses for certain actions/performance.
I get warning per month and sometimes bonus ban.

* What is the minimum wage in your country.
2 days ban.

* Are you a high school student.
Sure I am.

* Did you have to learn for that job in an academy\college (like a Doctor) or not.(Pizza boy, lol)
I learned from the best one. (thank you Zeonix)
 
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1) Insurance adjuster, bodily injury and liability.

2) $50,000/year + bonuses for meeting certain billing quotas. (I work for an independent company, who gets contracts from insurance companies, business who self insure, for example Wendy's, Canadian Tire, Frito-Lay... and we bill all of our time spent on a claim.) So if I exceed billing expectations, there are bonus opportunities.

3) The last time I was making minimum wage it was $6.85 /hr, but last time I checked it's gone up to $8.00/hr or so.

4) No, graduated University in 2007.

5) No, but there is an insurance designation in Canada, known as the Chartered Insurance Professional. Because I've moved to an independent adjusting firm, as opposed to an insurance company, obtaining my designation is mandatory.
 
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*superstore chashere.
*sometime changes.
*£28.00/hour
*Yeah, collage studant
*learn while you work.
Dude, 28 Euros per hour, you sure? Its like 5 times more than minimum, and you are only a cashier!!

WTF, are you sure?
 
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Dude, 28 Euros per hour, you sure? Its like 5 times more than minimum, and you are only a cashier!!

WTF, are you sure?
hes horibly lieing,
once he told me he worked on a fary, he is 18 years old and he has a wife and 2 kids...
and he told me all that just because i thaught he is a 14 year old, but i guess i was wrong lol...
 
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Ehm, not doing anything but freelancing, does that count? If so:

1) Freelance designer, graphical artist and photographer
2) Depends on the what I have to do and differs per project.. Once got €1000 for a single site, but I've also done €50 "photo shoots" etc.
3) €1.309,59 per month (if you're 21 without seniority of at least 6 months), but that doesn't apply to me just yet
4) Yus, final year
5) I'm studying digital arts and design at a well known college in Belgium.
 
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*superstore chashere.
*sometime changes.
*£28.00/hour
*Yeah, collage studant
*learn while you work.
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL


anyways, I'm working two jobs. I'm a clerk at a bank, which is something i just recently started.

That job pays $10.75 an hour, and its a guaranteed 40 hours a week.

I did have to have a lot of cash handling experience before i got the job as well as customer service experience, but no schooling.

My second job is at JC Penny's where i sell suits. That job is a commission job and i get paid 6.90 an hour plus 3% commission off of whatever i sell. Suits average at about $150 and up and i can sell a suit in 15 minutes depending on how many customers we have. But generally my pay averages to about $10 an hour. :) and that job is part time.

btw deco..am i getting your pay rate right? You make 4 dollars and 50 cents..for calling people all day? :|
 
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Dude, 28 Euros per hour, you sure? Its like 5 times more than minimum, and you are only a cashier!!

WTF, are you sure?
That money symbol (£) is pound, not euro. € <-- That's euro.

28 British pounds = 35.2860957 Euros
Still a lot of money per hour.
 
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1. Translator/Typewriter
2. about 175$ per month. I don't have to pay the yearly fee for college (700$ per year)
3. i no idea
4. just finished 4 months ago
5. nope
 
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Dude, 28 Euros per hour, you sure? Its like 5 times more than minimum, and you are only a cashier!!

WTF, are you sure?
LOL i forgot to mention i do a lot of over time as well feeding children is hard work
@final i am married with 2 kids
so its like this per hour including over time 28£ With out over time 8£ an hour
so ye if i didnt put over time well that does sound stupid
the store i work at is a 24 hour a day job thats y i do over time lol more money
 
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uh... if you're earning £8 per hour as a chashier, you're over paid.

ASDA is englands best paying supermarket, at £6.55 p/h for a cashier. they only ever have 4 cashiers on the nightshift too.

now, when it comes to overtime. supermarket companies (as standard), will only pay 1.5x pay for anything over 42 hours per month. you're also required to have at least 11 hours between worked shifts.

that means you can only work 13 hours per day. only 5 of those would be at time and a half.

if however, you worked between the hours of 10pm and 6am, you would get an additional £3.50 as "antisocial pay". but still, that would bring your maximum earning potential to around £13 per hour.


good luck eating that bull**** son.
 

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