I make £4,000 a month working just FOUR hours a week – here is how you can too | The Sun

A SMALL business owner has claimed she makes up to £4,000 a month, despite only working four hours a week.

Farida Bayoumi revealed all on TikTok as she shared her unique method of making a living.

In a clip, the business owner said she first invested roughly £2,500 as she began scouring Amazon for a suitable product to sell.

And after finding what she believed to be the right item, she located a supplier in the shape of Alibaba.

Fast forward a year, and the mogul says she now sells roughly £16,000 worth of items each month – profiting 25 per cent.

She says it gives her an income of roughly £4,000 a month – almost double the UK average, according to a 2021 ONS study.

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It comes as employers in Australia have been enticed with a monthly pay check of £4,000 that covers work for just six hours a day.

The manager of one cleaning company based in Sydney says told the Daily Telegraph they they have been forced to raise the salaries after struggling to find new cleaners to take up the job.

After increasing the hourly rate to $45 (AUD) – just over £25, she explained that starting salaries are now around $93,000, which equates to just under £52,500.

It means cleaners could now be making as much as £4,400 a month as the company tries to desperately to fill the gaps.

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Meanwhile, she is not the only one having difficulties in finding workers, amid Australia's staff shortage.

Companies in the country's mining section have offered jobs with £80,000 starting salaries and £7,000 signing bonuses in a bid to find staff.

Positions available include auto electricians in Queensland who could start with a salary of nearly £80,000 ($140,000).

The job offers also include automation engineers, metallurgists and geologists- all coming with a salary of between £57,000 and £73,000.

And some other companies have resorted to offering a £7,000 sign-on bonus ($10,000) and a £3,000 referral bonus ( $5,000).

And an Australian MP has pleaded for fruit pickers to step forward to sort this season's bumper crops.

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MP Anne Webster branded the shortage of staff willing to take up the £4,000-a-month job a "tragedy in the making".

Ripe fruit is being left to rot away on the ground due to the lack of workers – and it could cost the country millions.

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