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Hi, I've seen a job advertised for clarkson Evans and was just wondering if anyone has any experience of working for them.

I'm currently working as a subby improver as I'm in the process of completing my nvq3 I don't mind being self employed but I'm absolutely crapping myself about what will happen when the work on the site I'm on finishes and I'm looking to get on the books someowhere.

Any advice would be very welcome and some info on how their pricing works because i know from the site I'm on price work can be very profitable but I'm guessing that clarkson Evans may not make it that profitable.
 
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Jack408

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Mate steer away from clarkson Evans, use you like a cheap labourer and a school kid. It's run like a school! Did my apprenticeship there but if I could go back I would have gone else where for sure! Best of luck though
 

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