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    Health service Government - Risk management $37 per hour

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    Its actually in my work contract that I cannot discuss how much I get paid, but I work at vacation/before/after school care and get roughly $25hr.

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    Default How much do you earn per hour? What industry are you in?

    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    With all the government admin jobs did you find it hard to get?
    I saw the job vacancy online and applied. I received a letter saying I didn't get the job. Then a month later had a call asking me to come in for a interview. I got the job, the girl before me didn't work out.
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    $37/hr - medical waste, supervisor role

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    Default Re: How much do you earn per hour? What industry are you in?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiplusthree View Post
    I know I'm going to sound dumb but: What is selection criteria? (Never worked and want to soon) Eek, is ot really that hard to get a govt job?

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    If you can't address the selection criteria yourself, then how can you do the job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    If you can't address the selection criteria yourself, then how can you do the job?
    Selection criteria is just a bunch of well-put together words.

    You should feel confident, yes- but that will be apparent in the interview.

    Selection criteria can be a crock.

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    I'm a pathology collector (phlebotomist) and I earn $20.85 an hr with 7 yrs experience!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    With the mining jobs sometimes It's the long hours not always the hourly rate that give you the high income. My DP makes about $120 an hr (but thats working as an environmental consultant) I think but he works 11 hrs a day, 28 days straight that's how it adds up. A lot if mining jobs are a regular hourly rate, but the hours add up when you are working fifo so most of the wages are over 100k a year.
    However, once you factor in that FIFO workers get a heck of a lot more annual leave where they do 0 hours for the week (No other jobs I know of get more than 4weeks a year annual leave), they do get a much greater hourly rate

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    How do FIFO workers get more annual leave?


 

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