Questions and Answers about Subway

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Is it worth it? do you get enough money to continue with your life you don't have to pay for food so I assume that helps but all and all Is it worth it?

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This salary is only for pocket money, i can't support family with this poor salary.

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It’s not worth it,
it depends on the franchise that you work for if you get free food but 90% of them don’t its at a “discount” rate but it works out cheaper to put it through the till with 10% staff discount! Though after a while of seeing the way co workers prep and rotate stock/ clean the shop it soon puts you off eating there.

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Gain more as consultant

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It pays minimum wage and role progression is slow and painful. You only get a free 6 inch for your shift and they expect you to work exceptionally and go above and beyond for terrible pay.

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Still had to pay. You Don't get free.meals so don't know why some say you do on here. Hours such management socks the role sucks. and no you do not earn enough to live.

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Only entitled to a 6inch. No social life. No benefits and unauthorised pay deductions.

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Its worth it as transitional job if use it as a stepping stone to advance your career

But the pay as a store manager does not compensate the workload.

Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Manchester, Greater Manchester

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Yes as you work up the chain salary increases

Answered - Sandwich Artist (Former Employee) - Kidderminster

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I wouldn't want to do it forever

Answered - Sandwich Artist pic (Current Employee) - Hastings, East Sussex

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I personally get enough money as I am paid per hour, but if put on a salary it's a lot of work for nothing!

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Ferndown, Dorset

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