• Want to help us with this year's BoS Trials?
    Let us know before 30 June. See this thread for details
  • Looking for HSC notes and resources?
    Check out our Notes & Resources page

Job help(NO JOKES PLZ) (1 Viewer)

Joined
Aug 30, 2023
Messages
48
Gender
Female
HSC
2023
Hi, so now the HSC is over I decided to get a job, but I am not sure what I should do. If anyone has any recommendations it would be appreciated. Thanks!
 

Rattlehead15

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
419
Location
Alice Springs
Gender
Undisclosed
HSC
2023
rlly? i thought it was the other way round, ppl say maccas is better with its induction/training and incentives and stuff
In my personal experience it was shite, basically no training and minimal hours. Also pretty unprofessional like no payslips. I think incentives wise its like a 15% discount or something? My friend who works at kfc had a better experience and it was more professional
 

carrotsss

New Member
Joined
May 7, 2022
Messages
4,818
Gender
Male
HSC
2023
In my personal experience it was shite, basically no training and minimal hours. Also pretty unprofessional like no payslips. I think incentives wise its like a 15% discount or something? My friend who works at kfc had a better experience and it was more professional
it depends a lot on the location, some place will be like that some won’t
 

MJRey

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
327
Gender
Female
HSC
2022
I decided to do tutoring after I finished. I work at a company part time whilst juggling my studies and think it's great for a first job post HSC, especially since you've just been through school, so you're in a better position to help primary school and high school students alike with whatever. The pay's also pretty good.
 

johnnnCENAAAA

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 17, 2023
Messages
161
Gender
Female
HSC
2023
I decided to do tutoring after I finished. I work at a company part time whilst juggling my studies and think it's great for a first job post HSC, especially since you've just been through school, so you're in a better position to help primary school and high school students alike with whatever. The pay's also pretty good.
Can I have more details I’m interested in also doing this
 

WeiWeiMan

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 7, 2023
Messages
749
Location
behind you
Gender
Male
HSC
2026
I decided to do tutoring after I finished. I work at a company part time whilst juggling my studies and think it's great for a first job post HSC, especially since you've just been through school, so you're in a better position to help primary school and high school students alike with whatever. The pay's also pretty good.
Bro isn’t helping primary schoolers like the hardest
 

MJRey

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
327
Gender
Female
HSC
2022
Sure. I won't reveal where exactly I work, but my rates are generally about $30 an hour, $40 for HSC students. It's pretty easy work in the sense that you indicate to your boss what you're more comfortable with tutoring, and they'll have all the resources you need ready to go at the centre. It can be exhausting when you're doing back to back sessions (I usually have about 3-4 students one after the other per afternoon), but it's a very rewarding job and I'd highly recommend it.
 

MJRey

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 30, 2022
Messages
327
Gender
Female
HSC
2022
Bro isn’t helping primary schoolers like the hardest
Actually no, it's relatively straight forward. With Maths it's all about basic counting, multiplication and division and all that, and for English it's about getting kids up to speed on their phonics and reading comprehension abilities.
 

johnnnCENAAAA

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 17, 2023
Messages
161
Gender
Female
HSC
2023
anyone have an reccos for good centres to teach at. e.g matrix (i aint teaching in that scammy hellhole but yeah)
 

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Top