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22-03-2006, 11:40   #1
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Well paid jobs, for inexperienced people.

Hello all,

I'm currently in the market for a new job, i've kept my eye open for the past few weeks, i am being picky as i'm trying to raise my wage so obviously there are slim pickings. My work is customer service based, i have good experience.

I'm just wondering what other kind of jobs that are available that pay well, lets say 25k +, but require no experience/qualifications?

Cheers.
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Go work for CIE (or any semi state),I believe the basic pay in Dublin Bus is around 35k with most earning around 40k to 45k.
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The basic pay for what job? Driver?

I have to clarify, i'm not looking for a career, i'm just looking for a well paid job to get me by. Also, looking for a regular '9-5' IF possible or some variable to that.
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when you say job, not a career, how long are you willing to dedicate yourself to a company?

this is sometimes a big point for corps, as they are not interested in putting someone in a place and training them up just for them to go after a year.
that's why it is slim pickings on side
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The basic pay for what job? Driver?
Yes,I think after a training period its around 35k before overtime,but that would be shift pay etc etc.

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I have to clarify, i'm not looking for a career, i'm just looking for a well paid job to get me by. Also, looking for a regular '9-5' IF possible or some variable to that.

You and about 500,000 others .
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when you say job, not a career, how long are you willing to dedicate yourself to a company?

this is sometimes a big point for corps, as they are not interested in putting someone in a place and training them up just for them to go after a year.
that's why it is slim pickings on side
I'll stay in a job as long as i like it But if they were to ask me that at an interview, i'd stay for ever!
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Don't get me wrong, if i could find a job that i can make a career out of, and like it enough to do so and get paid enough to do so, then i'm all for it.. I can't really see it happening though
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sales! no exp needed, just capable of tallking complete rubbish.
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Ebay are hiring customer services.. its 23k basic with benefits including VHI plab B + healthsteps Silver, share options, pension.. im sure there are others i cant think of and also onsite gym!!!
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I used to work for them, their starting basic has gone down though! Good place to work though, recommended.
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I believe there is a website, something along the lines of "first time" or "no experience". The pay is pretty good so I'm told!!
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I believe prostitution pays well, and you don't have to be that experienced, although it helps! The hours may not suit you, although you never stated which 9-5 you wanted to work...
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I believe prostitution pays well, and you don't have to be that experienced, although it helps! The hours may not suit you, although you never stated which 9-5 you wanted to work...
Damn, you beat me too it! I was about to ask if the original poster was a young cute female virgin. Rich pickings would certainly be paid for the likes
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Good place to work though, recommended.
That sounds like a typical piece of ebay feedback!
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