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    Hi MArtin

     

    Thanks for that - Molly is 14 and half and is looking for something -

     

     

     

    sarah

     

     

    no worries alot of the stores are looking jump on the website and check it out...

     

    HG

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    Guest The Dimmocks

    You working at McDonalds Martin?? I have worked for them since July.

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    Guest Nick11

    My daughter works at KFC. Started when she was 14. Not the best job in the world..but it's dam hard work and an excellent learning curve for her. She also now has a second job at jettysurf. I am so proud of her. She could have just sat back and sponged off me and her dad..but decided she wanted to earn her own money and contribute. She only works a couple of shifts each week but the money soon adds up. She's just applied for a 3rd job to last her over the summer hols. I can't accuse her of being work shy!!!!

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    Guest Guest5035

    hope the kids like night shift if the store is a 24/7, my daughter had to work the friday night once a month.

     

    stevo

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    Guest Damien

    Good for you HG - gotta do what you can to earn the dough. Hope it gives you time to wet a line still.

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    Guest The Dimmocks

    I work at Reynella one, mainly Thursday/Friday/Saturday shifts till 1.30am. It is bloody hard work and not an easy job, I never stop. I wanted a job that was flexible and allowed me to work evenings. I am happy there and hopefully when the boys start school next October I can change my hours to day time or go elsewhere. x

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    Guest Guest5035

    as a matter of intrest, what do maccas pay the elderly, vary rare to see a adult working there, pm if you like

     

    stevo

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    Guest The Dimmocks

    I am classed as elderly at my work, 10 years older than most the managers. There are a few "older" ladies work in the daytime as all the school kids are at school. I have been told numerous times by managers they prefer the "older" worker as they dont just stand around waiting to do something. Being casual you get more, I on $21.76 an hour which is pretty good really.

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    I am classed as elderly at my work, 10 years older than most the managers. There are a few "older" ladies work in the daytime as all the school kids are at work. I have been told numerous times by managers they prefer the "older" worker as they dont just stand around waiting to do something. Being casual you get more, I on $21.76 an hour which is pretty good really.

     

    More than me but i have only just started.....you be manager soon

     

    HG

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    Anyone after a job or anyone whose kids are 14 years of age looking for some extra money then Maccas are recruiting right now, i have started its not great money but it pays some of the bills.....

     

     

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    Can I get a Big Mac meal, regular, with a frozen coke ta muchly.......lol sorry couldnt resist :wink:

     

    Julie

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    My daughter works at Maccas...she is 16 and gets $10.77 an hour...its the same rate for anytime day and weekends. But penalty rates apply on public holidays. They dont have to work late if they don't want to....just make sure they notify at interview that they dont want to work later than 10pm for example....they seem to be pretty accommodating with kids school/sport commitments etc...

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