What if you worked off the books Is it okey to put on the resume as if you were paid?
No, not as if you were paid. But then I have never seen a resume where each job was listed as paid. Put down whatever gave you experience. Remember a job is a life experience regardless if you were legally paid or not.
A salaried worker gets paid the same wage every pay day no matter how many hours worked as opposed to an hourly worker who gets paid only for the hours worked (and gets paid overtime rates if they work more than 8 hours in a day or 40 hours in a week) or a piecework worker who gets paid per finished piece they make of acceptable quality no matter how many hours worked.
An advantage is that you get paid for exactly the amount of time that you worked. A disadvanted though, compared to someone with salary is that, even when a person that gets paid salary doesn't work all the hours they are supposed to, they still get paid the same. While someone who gets paid by the hour will only get paid for the hours that they worked.
Children were miserable and did not have a life. They swept chimneys and worked in factories. They didn't get paid and even if they did, children did not get paid very much. Children worked as hard as adults (at least they tried to) and they got nothing!!! The Victorian era was hard for children. Children were miserable and did not have a life. They swept chimneys and worked in factories. They didn't get paid and…
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