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Menswear shop. £3 per day. 
 
 
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I started in a shop as a paper boy, begged the boss for a few hours on a saturday.  Begged them for a job and more hours.
 
Least i didnt get my mum to find one for me.
 
Typically bloody southern middle class - want everything handed on a bleeding plate.
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Originally posted by Walrus Walrus wrote:


Typically bloody southern middle class - want everything handed on a bleeding plate.


I did paper rounds too, both morning and evening, and at weekends went door to door on my bicycle washing cars, before landing the shop job. I'm southern!
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That should end with "and that's how I became CEO and a multi-millionaire" but somehow it all went wrong after that.
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Well thank you for your comments so far and thank you Bobblehead for your input.
I do agree that looking after a baby is a lot different from minding a toddler/child and your idea of assistance even whilst you yourself are at home is an interesting one.
Perhaps a 'free trial' sometime could be a way forward.
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Peabee it might be worth your daughter trying tesco in gerrards cross, i work there and know that they are interviewing for saturdays, sundays and evenings the rate of pay is good as they pay all there general assistants the same rate of pay, not on a scale according to age,
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Originally posted by Walrus Walrus wrote:

 
Least i didnt get my mum to find one for me.
 
Typically bloody southern middle class - want everything handed on a bleeding plate.
 
I note that Walrus continues to be deliberately inflammatory Wink
Personally I don't have a problem with PeaBee's daughter asking her mum to help her find a job, alot of employment opportunities arise through contacts. Better to ask your mum for help than to go and out smash shop windows and take what you want.
A man's got to do what a man's got to do. A woman must do what he can't.
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Ha! - yeah im a grumpy old fool out to provoke reaction.
 
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Was in Little Chalfont today and electrical shop looking for part time summer holiday person.
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new cafe in GX Nero have big sign looking for staff
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