part time job question

Discussion in 'Canadian Truckers Forum' started by classicxl, Oct 27, 2021.

  1. classicxl

    classicxl Light Load Member

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    i don’t work 14 hours a day and don’t think i could work that every day to be honest , it’s 10 -12 hrs a day . I really don’t work all that hard setting around killing time at customers after dropping my trailer . i’m pushing my self to try and get 12hrs a day which is $293 a day gross then i do like 9 or 10 hrs and tell dispatch i’m tired going home on my friday. if i could do that every week would be over $70k but it’s dead after xmas from jan-feb sometimes with days off during the week . I have 4 weeks off coming this february so i can use a week or two plus the 3 sick days we get to off set no work days .i’ve been looking on job boards but i’m not seeing anything that’s paying me more per hr to justify leaving right now and i’m still paying my bills . coming up to 10 years with kriska in february and getting 4 weeks vacation i will probably try and stick it out until i buy a house in northern ontario
     
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  3. romaroken

    romaroken Bobtail Member

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    Working part time for me was one of the best experiences. I always hated going to the office every morning, doing one and the same day by day, this was so depressing. Nowadays you have a million possibilities on the internet, but most of the people don't even know about them. This is why information brings you money. I would recommend you to start with weekend jobs, not leaving your main job for a while, and if you will like the part time jobs, then go for it. You don't even imagine how much more time you will have.
     
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