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    I've worked at woolies since I was 15. I now work Wednesday nights, Friday days and Sunday avo whilst I'm on maternity leave from my ft job. It's 16hrs pw, I get close to $300pw.

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    I do 'night fill' (unloading pellets & stocking shelves) at Woolworths.
    3 nights a week minimum - 10pm till 2am....

    My son is up at 7.30am so I don't get more than 5hrs sleep & he doesn't nap at lunch any more so I don't always manage a nap during the day it leaves me pretty tired but the short shifts are manageable & its only a few nights p/w.

    Plus it means I don't need day care & can still enjoy been home during the day spending time with my son (& getting housework done).


 

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