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    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    Wow I'm surprised family daycare will only get you $14... Don't you get a days fees? Say $40 from person and $40 from government? Per child... That's a good days earnings taking out a bit of food and bum wipes. Forgive me if I'm wrong that's just what I thought.. Fdc was on a good wicket
    We do a whole lot more than bang out some food and wipe bums.
    We have the same educational and quality outcome requirements as childcare workers in centres, we have long and short term educational goals and planning for both individual and group learning- like centre based care. We work on our own without breaks and for the pay we get the council or administrative scheme take hourly fees for administration and training fees they often don't supply. My schemes admin fees have doubled, yet they've gotten rid of all training and support aside from processing payroll band gotten rid of staff. We also pay for all the consumable supplies, toys, activities, petrol or travel from our wage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    We do a whole lot more than bang out some food and wipe bums.
    We have the same educational and quality outcome requirements as childcare workers in centres, we have long and short term educational goals and planning for both individual and group learning- like centre based care. We work on our own without breaks and for the pay we get the council or administrative scheme take hourly fees for administration and training fees they often don't supply. My schemes admin fees have doubled, yet they've gotten rid of all training and support aside from processing payroll band gotten rid of staff. We also pay for all the consumable supplies, toys, activities, petrol or travel from our wage.
    I'm sorry I didn't mean offense. I meant money wise you have to spend that one food and wipes. I said I had no idea but now I understand Fdc has fees too.
    I didnt mean all you do all day is feed and change nappies! Not at all

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    $41.18/hr financial management- education sector

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    I'm a SAHM studying & my DP is shift worker he gets $17 hr but he's on compo ATM. I just worked out if Centrelink payments I receive pp ftb & carers allowance were paid hourly of get $7.41 an hr "working" 8 hrs every day

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    It's interesting to see how much the hourly rate has increased in some jobs, I get between $29- $45 / hr depending on what shift I am doing and I work in hospital services. I read in the weekend paper that aust richest woman makes $600/min so that's $36,000/hr!! Wouldn't mind that myself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lulu 2 View Post
    It's interesting to see how much the hourly rate has increased in some jobs, I get between $29- $45 / hr depending on what shift I am doing and I work in hospital services. I read in the weekend paper that aust richest woman makes $600/min so that's $36,000/hr!! Wouldn't mind that myself!
    Not sure they'd want me to only work 4 hours a year!?

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    Security guard, administration role (I work in admin but my job requires a security licence and knowledge) day rate is $19, Saturday $25, Sunday $30 and night shift on respective days is higher again.

    I used to work as a guard, out on the streets with drunks etc for $26 casual an hour

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    Im a sahm so at the moment $0. Previously I worked in aged care and was getting around $23 an hour.
    My husband earns quite a decent hourly rate $154.81 and is a construction manager.

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