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hello sparks

i was wondering could any of you shed light on jobs offered with ' blue book site ' in the advertisement. i understand that its possibly a union:confused:

and also is there any other exams or requirements needed to get work on these sites

cheers
 
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no extra quals needed but if you can get on them i would advise you do as plenty of money in your pocket if you want to put the hrs in my last job was blue book i took home on average 1300 with on average 400 every 4 weeks bonus and 200 aweek on top of that per week lodge and every month 168 rail fairs ps you cant be a subby got to be on the books
 
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megaman83

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thats more than i was getting abroad lol. unfortunatly it was about 3 months ago i seen that job posted. cheers for the info bon jovi
 
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It means it's been registered as an NAECI site . The rate is slightly higher on these sites . Usually with a second tier payment , around 1.20 to 2.50 an hour on top of the rate . Works out around 14 to 15 pound an hour .
 
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