Job I want you. . Bun minimum in 4;.- llits' L' iid .51 per hour) l. male; married;. Minimum wage for people over 18 in Norway is 22-23 bucks an hour. I make that sitting in the registry at my local grocery store. Job I want you Bun minimum in 4; - llits' L' iid 51 per hour) l male; married; Minimum wage for people over 18 Norway is 22-23 bucks an hour make that sitting the registry at my local grocery store
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#24 - iamphoenix
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In what Utopia is the minimum wage $15.51 an hour?
#135 to #24 - MegaMikemann
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This ad was posted in a tasmanian newspaper, i know because i live about 2 hours out from launceston.
This ad was posted in a tasmanian newspaper, i know because i live about 2 hours out from launceston.
User avatar #149 to #24 - fyaq
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with a college degree.

thats only about 35k a year.
User avatar #91 to #24 - wonderkid
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its in australia...i figured that out from the email id
#56 to #24 - zzcorey
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Denmark.
Or well, the minimum wage is about $18 an hour here.
Yes, you can move to Denmark.

(Just dont google our taxes or anything, look at the shiny minimum wage! LOOK AT IT!)
#77 to #56 - tulioandmiguel
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You are unhappy about your taxes on Denmark? lol...

Look up the taxes on Brazil, they are the biggest on earth, and we still have to pay for everything twice, because the public schools, hospitals and everything else are practly a big pile of ****...

Also, minimum wage here is R$ 2,83/hour, wich is like a dollar a hour.
If a person lives alone, and makes minimum wage, he can't even aford for food and pay the bills...

And still we are the 7th biggest economy in the world. Yay for corruption.
User avatar #78 to #77 - tulioandmiguel
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I remenber a brazilian joke :

Once the brazilian president went to the USA, and asked how the president had soo much money, and he said : "Do you see that bridge there? half of it is in my pockets."

Then the brazilian president came back to Brazil, and later the american president came to brazil and saw that he had alot of money too, soo he asked the brazilian president how did he make soo much money, wich he replied : " Do you see that bridge there? ", - "No I don't..." - "100% of it in my pocket."

Its just a old joke I heard from my grandpa. Please don't hurt me.
User avatar #79 to #78 - tulioandmiguel
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Also, Im sorry for my english...
#112 to #79 - lolpakka
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Im rather sorry for your contry, not your english. Im from a very much alike country as well.. yay for Hungary.
#113 to #112 - lolpakka
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*country
User avatar #151 to #56 - daentraya
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We only pay 125% for everything. And then we have free healthcare. I have had two operations on my ears, free braces, and now help because I'm atypical autist. If we lived in USA, we'd be ruined. And my brother is receiving free help too, and is currently doing well in his education. **** yes denmark, i love it here
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#96 to #56 - suponion
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Actually there is no official minimum wage in Denmark
User avatar #29 - anthonyh
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Since when is minimum wage $15.51 an hour? That's over twice minimum wage.
User avatar #34 to #29 - eraq
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not quite
User avatar #40 to #34 - anthonyh
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It's 7.25 in most of the US.
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User avatar #60 to #29 - colegaleener
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It's a solid eight where I live..
User avatar #76 to #29 - yourociroll
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$10.25 in the great white north
User avatar #41 to #29 - mralice
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Australia.
Employment rate is 5.1%, bank interest is 4.5%,
They get 4 weeks paid leave, long service leave, maternity leave, sick leave and the average tax rate is much lower than Americas on average. The food is basically the same price as it is in America, and the Australian dollar is US$1.02 today (It hovers around $1.05 on average) meaning that, even though you make more, prices arent inflated like you would expect.

Long story short- come to Australia :)
#50 to #41 - shadowxmarrow
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Nice try, Austrailia.
#51 to #41 - theunluckyko
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What a nice way of saying all the poor people got killed by all the wild life =]
DO NOT GO TO AUSTRALIA You need to login to view this link (for teh lulz)
#161 to #51 - attifyon
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"Hugh Jackman seems nice"
"Hugh Jackman seems nice"
#52 to #51 - mralice
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Holy ******* **** this was a real animal O_O I hope that last part is a lie and its really is fully extinct.
#72 to #52 - anon id: 46df6b80
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They are actually trying to bring it back as well by injecting the DNA of the last one into eggs of certain species usually the brother of the animal the Tasmania Devil.
User avatar #61 to #52 - colegaleener
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How could you :'0
User avatar #95 to #41 - deltadeltadelta
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Australians pay much more in taxes. Americans don't pay much in taxes compared to the rest of the developed world.
User avatar #49 to #41 - bikehole
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But on the downside, there's massive spiders
User avatar #42 to #41 - mralice
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Edit: I meant unemployment**, compared to Americas 8-10%
#123 - akg **User deleted account**
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Minimum wage for people over 18 in Norway is 22-23 bucks an hour. I make that sitting in the registry at my local grocery store.
#165 to #123 - xpeh
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And then you pay about 15 dollars a gallon for gas
User avatar #152 to #123 - daentraya
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Scandinavia = win
User avatar #80 - Lintutu
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>minimum wage
>15.51 an hour

seriously? i would kill just to make more than 8.50
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User avatar #83 to #80 - TrevorNorris
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Yeah, I make 7.75.....and I'm a supervisor...
User avatar #88 to #80 - swittig
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It's Australia
User avatar #107 to #80 - bec
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Cost of living is a lot more expensive in Australia. We make more, but we pay higher bills.
User avatar #150 - wersand
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When someone pays people minimum wage, they are saying "If I could **** you any more financially than I already am, then I would."
#101 - thebigfudge
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That's like £9 an hour over in England! I would love to be on that for minimum wage!
User avatar #102 to #101 - smittywrbmnjnsn
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That isn't even minimum wage in the US. Minimum wage here is only $7.25
#105 to #102 - anon id: ffdc603f
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Move to washington, it's $9.04 here.
#104 to #102 - thebigfudge
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Over here It's £6 depending on your age.
Over here It's £6 depending on your age.
User avatar #132 to #104 - basilbrush
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£3.68~ for 16-17 year olds, £4.98 for 18-20 year olds, and £6.19 for 21+. Even though everyone in a workplace usually does the same amount and quality of work.
#114 to #104 - anon id: 395044cd
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in norway its 75 nok (13.083 USD) at the lowest im 16 and i have 95nok (16.57 USD) im to lazy to log in
-Cazpinator
User avatar #106 to #101 - bec
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We have a high minimum wage in Australia (where I assume this ad is from because of 'Launceston') because our cost of living is so darn expensive... so it's probably pretty even based on how much it costs to get by.
User avatar #108 to #106 - thebigfudge
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Makes sense, ****** pretty cheap over in England, as a student i can live on a shopping trip on £10.
#109 to #108 - bec
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MFW on holiday in England
#110 to #109 - thebigfudge
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Haha Yeah, it may be cheap but it rains a lot! Apart from today were it is sunny! i feel  a ploy from the universe coming.
Haha Yeah, it may be cheap but it rains a lot! Apart from today were it is sunny! i feel a ploy from the universe coming.
User avatar #116 to #110 - kyrozor
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Rain is fantastic.

It keeps tons of riff raff away from me and my lovely Scottish dogwalking.
#118 to #109 - intrepidy
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20% SALES TAXES.

9.6 DOLLARS A GALLON!
User avatar #122 to #118 - bec
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I didn't buy petrol, I bought clothes and food, and it was cheaper than what I get in Australia.
#117 to #108 - intrepidy
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No it isn't...are you retarded? We have a 20% sales tax on everything, our fuel is twice the cost. Americans are unlucky to have a 5% sales tax.
#119 to #117 - newsmyrna
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It differs from state to state in my state Florida it's 6.5% sales tax except for in August when there is a sales tax holiday for back to school shoppers. In Alabama it's 10% in some places, and in Delaware there is no sales tax. [normal][normal]
User avatar #120 to #119 - newsmyrna
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where the **** did the normal come from i didn't type that
#128 to #119 - intrepidy
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Oh dear. I can see how those taxes might be crippling. I mean we also have NHS tax, road tax, council tax, income tax, taxes on everything unhealthy, tv tax.
User avatar #189 to #128 - newsmyrna
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I didn't say they were crippling I was just informing you that your 5% sales tax statement was wrong that it differs from state to state. Plus we also have income tax, tolls and highway taxes, excise taxes (which is taxes on unhealthy things), and if you count pbs I guess we get taxed on tv but not really. Anyway why are you complaining if I broke a bone or got sick tomorrow I would be totally screwed. You get a lot for your high taxes.
#190 to #189 - intrepidy
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Eh i know we get a lot, modern countries should all really have an NHS imo. And yes i realise it changes by state, but its still constantly lower. Those other taxes we also have here, although the unhealthy tax applies to all food items excluding basic items like bread.

And the TV tax is actually a hugely good thing. It isn't so much of a tax, its the license fee which goes directly to fund the BBC and not the government coffers. Which, if you've ever watched the BBC is fantastic. Means more intelligent programming as they don't have to fish for viewers for their adverts. (there are none)
#115 to #108 - anon id: e246a3fb
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cheap in England? You're having a laugh.
User avatar #124 to #101 - neogrungist
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That's way above the minimum wage here actually, currently minimum wage in the US is $7.25/hour.
User avatar #142 to #124 - trollinginthedeepp
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Actually it varies in the US
User avatar #179 to #142 - neogrungist
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there is a federal minimum, but the states can raise it if they choose to
#69 - anon id: adeff752
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Working a 9 to 5 job 5 days a week at $15.51/hour is definitely not minimum wage. That's a wage that'll put you in a fairly decent tax bracket.
User avatar #70 to #69 - herpymcderp
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Australian dollars. This is Australia's minimum wage.
#147 - cumwhore
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It is an economic fact that the higher a minimum wage is, the more difficult it is to get a job. I'm not saying that wherever this place is is communist hell, but all I'm seeing in the comments is "$15.51? that's awesome!!!" There is a downside...
#145 - rmoran
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All the comments are about the minimum wage.
All the comments are about the minimum wage.
#138 - holypiez
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**holypiez rolled a random image posted in comment #1398637 at FJ Pony Thread 14 ** what job he will get
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