What job should i take Car detailer or pizza maker?
Im 19 and I got offered both these jobs but don't know which one to choose. The detailing is 8.25 an hour plus tips. I enjoy washing my families cars and like that its outside, but worried i will suffer in the winter. 25-35 hours a week. The pizza job is 9.50 an hour full time. I can make a nice pie, but don't like that i"ll be behind a counter all day and worry if i"ll get side tracked from going to school. Which one would you choose and why?
Asked By: Brendan - 3/17/2012
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It all depends on what you like. The car detailer is a more physical than the pizza job and is dependent on good weather where the pizza job is more steady. The pizza job will require you to work some evenings and weekends while the car detailer is usually during the daytime and a more mon-fri type of job. Good... More
Answered By: Bill - 3/17/2012
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It depend what u like more I would Do the easy one Or one with more money
Answered By: John Moltar - 3/17/2012
Car dealer is commission based with a lot of competition. Pizza maker is steady and you can be guaranteed a job the next day. Unless you own the pizza parlour, you won't be getting rich any time soon.
Answered By: mleed - 3/17/2012
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