Door Work/sia

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  1. A.K WINDOWS

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    Anyone on here work the doors/bouncing?

    Im looking into doing this come end of march keeps money coming in for me in winter months,instead of sat in the house 3 months out the year worrying about income.

    Cheers.
     
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  2. All Round Cleaning

    All Round Cleaning Grand Master
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    **** money and **** hours id rather stack shelves in tesco mate .
     
  3. Newbie123

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    Used to have a boss who did it for years back in the days when a little dig was allowed he loved it he got girlie attention and a bit of Argo but nothing to bad would be good practice for collecting lol never done it myself
     
  4. harunh

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    Sia badge is good to have costs a few hundred kwid to obtain tho
     
  5. silversurfer

    silversurfer Active Member
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    Got mine...10-11 quid an hour...find some nice quite doors it's ok for a fill in if works slow,cost about £350-450 for the training and the badge
     
  6. Murphy

    Murphy Active Member
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    I used to do it about 3 years ago,IF you get a good door it's a nice bit of extra cash, if you get a **** door loads of trouble not worth the £11 an hour!!
     
  7. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    I always wanted to be a fireman and do the windows on the side but never got round to doing it :( ,i have a few mates that do some doors on big raves in London, you gotta have your whits about you mate personally i wouldn't bother, its not the trouble its a **** job just standing there thinking your the tough one, might be different round your area but round here a lot of bouncers don't get on with people, stick to stacking shelves at tesco mate night shift think down here its £10 an hour.
     
  8. Shaun1977

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    I used to work doors before going self employed done it for 13 year
     
  9. A.K WINDOWS

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    i get what you say mate but round me i seen the people that work at tesco get more **** of there gaffas lol sack that lol plus its even harder to get a job a tesco
     
  10. A.K WINDOWS

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    this is it i dont have enuff windows to keep me a float and my garden work goes from mid march to nov then nothing so need a something to fill in.

    i have applied tho for 3-4 maintenance jobs part time at homes for elderly ect.
     
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