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

    $23.61. I work at woolies.

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

    $26/hour doing everyday admin job

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

    Think its somewhere around $37/38 mark...I haven't looked a payslip for the past year while on maternity leave so can't remember exactly. I work in student services at a university.

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    Less than what maccas pay per hour. We wont even get a payrise for a few years either as the company i work for are crying poor.

    Really shirts me how we are paid so little for the work we do.

    ETA i work at an aged care facility working high care dementia

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    Looks like admin work pays pretty well!

    I didn't add mine is cos I didn't want it to be about my info... but as a "junior" beauty/spa therapist (which is what I'll be for the first year in the industry) I get $20/hour weekdays and $26/hour Saturdays.

    It sounds pretty bad that people who have to go to uni and do a lot of study don't earn much more than I will... when my diploma took all of a year.

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

    I think mine works out at about $50/hr? That's doing a PA role.

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    I'm on a better pay rate then I should be due to working for family but our 21+ casual retail staff are on about $21 on a weekday (more on sat and sun) and our part-time/full time staff range from $19-$25 as they are the more senior staff.

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

    My secretary ( real estate) is on $25 hr, my property manager $38hr and my sales assistant $30hr ( they also get bonuses) - the salespeople are all on commission only so every week is different!

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    Qualified child care worker anywhere from $21-$25p/hr. Depending on the centre, my last one paid really well, some others, not so much. As a trainee, I was on $7p/hr

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

    My flat rate is around $39 to $40 an hour, but on Saturdays I get time and a half and Sundays time and three quarters, public holidays double time. I'm a mental health nurse, but work as a shift coordinator so get a slightly higher rate.


 

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