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Em I was on just under 10 an hour 5 years ago that was on nights but overtime then was simply structured. Basic till 40 hours time and a half to

50 anything over 50 double time .I know it’s shit compared to what some here earn but going in to earn 240 notes 5 years ago was ace. Still did not stop me walking out mind you lol

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2 hours ago, sarahbell said:



Someone mentioned that they were investing in planes .. interesting selection of jobs.

Lot of jobs in there related to building a COVID testing lab for employees. I’m assuming the UK one must in Manchester given those ads.


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