44 if i go saturday morning, do 4 hrs get paid 6 hrs
What do you mean anon
>manager at a factory
I dont physically produce anything
further, the only reason anyone in the plant has a job is because of the millions of dollars of equipment the company purchased and makes available to the employees so they CAN produce anything
Im a student, but i have a part time job as a care worker, just one shift a week right now as some of the service users have died (winter and all). Al in all about 8 hours a week at 7.50 an hour (GBP)
I work 40h/week for a salary of about 1286$
i'm at work for about 50 hours.
i take a 2 hour lunch.
on any given day i do about an hour's worth of actual work. 4chin is blocked at work...so i mostly post on c/l politics usa forum and the comments section of my local news site.
40-50 most week, as many as 100 4-5 weeks per year. Being salaried has its perks, but this isn't one of them.
Sweden. I'm currently working as a Phone Customer Supporter. Applied for a job as a prison officer a few days ago, but I'm not gonna get it. So I'll live on minimal wage until the beginning of 2018 when I go back to studying.
But hey, food on my table and a place to live...
Yeah, and the work is fucking shit as well. I have to listen to fucking degenerates all day long complaining about their invoice being 2$ (not kidding) more because they have used paid services.
Bosses just want us to make money, don't really care.
Co-workers are nice people, but all seem fake.
I work about 52 hours a week for a mere amount of $450 a month.
night shift. Just sitting here browsing 4chin and downloading torrents. accepting arrivals about couple of times a day. But it sucks the time out of my life and thinking about that with this salary cripples me inside.
>sucks the time out of my life
You COULD use the time to do something productive instead of wasting it on 4chan. It's not an ideal situation of course, but still. Some universities offer distance courses in stuff you can learn pretty independently, like mathematics or language. Then at least you're getting some real actual experience to put on your resume
Thanks a lot
it's hard on patience and endurance, environmental factors especially it being at night; drunk people, etc. also voids at least half of your daytime because you need to sleep during the day.
Sweden. We have really high standards when it comes to our police.
Good college grades are needed to enter the accademy, then the accademy is 2 years of studying, followed by a candidate employment for half a year.
I work here for my school expenses either. I already do study here at workplace often so that's a bit of advantage. that's actually why I'm naturally forced to a nightshift of anything.