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How much do you earn per hour?

(59 Posts)
LauLauLemon Thu 07-Jul-11 18:43:55

Just being noswy

PandaNot Thu 07-Jul-11 19:18:16

Technically £31.60 ish, but annualised contract and in reality I do a lot more hours than I get paid for!

scarlettsmummy2 Thu 07-Jul-11 19:20:04

£20 an hour.

Debs75 Thu 07-Jul-11 19:22:20

37p
I am a carer for my disabled son and receive carer's allowance. I 'work' 35 hours a week but I am 'on call' 24/7. He often needs all-night care.

Oh what I would do for a regular job

cat64 Thu 07-Jul-11 19:26:07

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LawrieMarlow Thu 07-Jul-11 19:40:54

Depends what I'm doing (do various different jobs)

Ranges from £7.37/hour (I think) through £10.15/hour , about £40/hour up to about £60/hour (last one depends on how quickly I work as get paid per paper for that).

RitaMorgan Thu 07-Jul-11 19:42:18

£6.50 an hour.

cornishpasty Thu 07-Jul-11 19:52:07

£9.97

fluffles Thu 07-Jul-11 19:53:00

roughly about £30 right now... but am about to take a £10k paycut down to roughly £23ish per hour..

bibbitybobbityhat Thu 07-Jul-11 19:53:05

£0 (sahm).

mumblechum1 Thu 07-Jul-11 19:53:47

In my day job £28 per hour which is a bit annoying as my time is charged out to clients at £210 per hour. They, of course, assume that it's all going in my pocket (if only)

BillComptonstrousers Thu 07-Jul-11 19:58:39

Me £7.60, DH £75. I love my job though, would not change it for anything!

bibbitybobbityhat Thu 07-Jul-11 20:10:38

Hey, mumble, did you start that will-writing business you posted about on here? Was just thinking dh and I should write our wills, it will be utterly straightforward.

roguepixie Thu 07-Jul-11 20:13:51

£7.40 p/h.

ButWhyIsTheGinGone Thu 07-Jul-11 20:18:07

£19 I think but I do extra tuition for £25/hour. Having said that, I am technically contracted for 25 hours/week but work about 55.

TableVamp Thu 07-Jul-11 20:20:24

£150 - £500 ph

bibbitybobbityhat Thu 07-Jul-11 20:22:43

Ooooooh ooooooooh ooooooooh TableVamp.

May I just say how very lovely you look tonight grin.

TableVamp Thu 07-Jul-11 20:36:27

grin

Not sure I deserve it either for what I do...

But I worked very hard when I was younger so I guess that has paid off smile

Fenouille Thu 07-Jul-11 20:46:40

What do you do TableVamp? Just being nosey <and considering a career change>

I make about £30p/h but in reality less as I'm another with an annualised contract without defined hours.

feckwit Thu 07-Jul-11 20:48:18

£6

Jajas Thu 07-Jul-11 20:48:26

Tablevamp you just have to tell us what you do for a living after a post like that grin!

TableVamp Thu 07-Jul-11 20:49:33

Barrister smile

mosschops30 Thu 07-Jul-11 20:50:35

About £12 per hour basic but i get enhancements on top of that

JamieJay Thu 07-Jul-11 21:03:13

just over £16, DH is a SAHD so the only wage

Lizzylou Thu 07-Jul-11 21:05:10

Ummm, not (nearly) as much as Tablevamp and half as much as I did pre-dc.

Goddamn kids.

Table, are you in London? Just I know some NW Barristers are strugling? Though you could be up here and be shite hot.

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