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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachell View Post
    Really it's better off working at McDonald's
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    Its true. You would get more than that an hour at maccas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachell View Post
    I'm not sure on the beauty industry.
    I am a hairdresser and get pain $15.50 an hour
    That's with a cert 4.


    It's rotten with the hours you have to work in a salon and what try expect from you

    Really it's better off working at McDonald's
    Have you checked your award? Im a senior casual and im on 23 and hour and our full time girls are on.around 20 at least? 15.50 was like my third yr wage

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    If you're supplying an ABN it won't be a cash job. As other posters have said you'll need to pay your own super, tax, insurance and possibly supply your own tools/materials if they don't.

    I have worked as a subcontractor in family day care and personally if I was earning $15 per hour I would have allowed at least $2-3 an hour for those expenses, which would leave you earning about $12 an hour..


 

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