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    I work in admin/reception 20 hours a week and earn $28k

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    Was working as a private nanny. FT earning $72k, plus overtime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Interesting.
    Which state are you currently in? What's the top pay scale for a classroom teacher?
    I'm in Vic and top of classroom pay scale is just under 95k full time. If I'd stayed in WA I would be on about 90k FTE (Vic for same years teaching is 75k FTE). Definitely didn't move back to Vic for the money!!

    Poor relief teachers here get about $100 less a day than they do in WA as well. I think I moved from the state with the best teacher pay to the one with the worst.

    The professional expectations/admin are way more in Vic too. So I get to do a lot more work for my less pay too.

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    I'm an environmental scientist and earn $80K pa for 22 hrs per week. Two jobs ago I was on $400k pa... those were the days haha. Don't think I'll ever see that kind of money again.

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    I'm a sales rep and my salary is $63k plus commission and car.

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    I work casually in a call centre for a government department and earn $34.39 an hour. I don't have set hours.

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    Default What do you do and how much do you earn?

    I'm a uni lecturer (reasonably junior) and earn about 90k p.a if full time but have been working less due to further study and babies

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    I own a dance school. Last financial year my taxable income was 36K

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    I'm a registered nurse earning $39.86 an hour plus loading. Currently work 32hrs a fortnight.

    I also spend a lot of time helping out with DH business at the moment not paid but his work gives us a wonderful life which I see as my pay.

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    Full time teacher in vic. $73k


 

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