The best gas stations in America don’t cost much.
And if you’ve been looking for one in the past, you’ve come to the right place.
But for the first time, we’ve also compiled a list of the best gas station attendant jobs in the country.
The best places to find cheap gas: US$20.50-30.50 a month.
If you’re looking for a cheap place to buy gas, you can count on the convenience of the attendant job.
It takes about five minutes to fill up a tank of gas at a gas station.
You can find these attendants in supermarkets, convenience stores and gas stations.
They typically make about US$5.60-US$7.80 a day.
And they don’t take home much, because they’re paid hourly.
The job pays the equivalent of a US$2-US4 wage, depending on your level of experience.
The easiest jobs to find are the gas station attendants.
You’ll get paid $5-US7 a day depending on how much work you do.
The jobs are usually filled by people with at least three years’ experience, and you can expect to make about $20-US40 a month in the job.
If your boss is keen to hire you, he’ll usually give you a referral to a new gas station to get started.
This may help you save money on your gas bill.
But it’s not a guarantee.
Sometimes gas station employees are reluctant to accept tips, and may refuse to accept a tip when you’re already paid at the pump.
The first time you’re asked to tip, you’ll get a chance to explain that you don’t want to tip anyone.
But if you do want to do so, you should ask for a receipt.
Tip the attendant a bit more than you’d like, or pay the attendant less than what you expect.
That way, the employee will feel more comfortable and happy.
Pay attention to your manners: Gas station attendants are usually polite, and they will respect your needs.
This includes not making eye contact.
Don’t overdo it: Many gas stations don’t pay their employees well, but they should pay you at least the minimum wage.
The minimum wage in the US is US$7, so it’s better to make it a habit to tip.
When you do tip, try to make sure it’s right and fair.
You may have to ask the attendant to pay a portion of the money that you’re not making, but if you pay less than that, it will be less likely to cause problems for the worker.
For example, if you make US$25,000 a year, the gas attendant would normally make $20,000.
If, however, you’re making US$30,000, the attendant would only make $15,000 to $20 the first year, then increase to $30,00 in the second year and finally to $50,000 by year three.
Tip with caution: If you get paid at a time when you are doing other work, it’s best to ask if the attendant is working from home, or you can give him a tip for your lunch.
But don’t make the assumption that you’ll be making enough money to cover the full bill, since the attendant might be making less than you were expecting.
Tip from the pocket: When you tip, make sure you don’s the tip is enough.
If it’s more than the tip, he or she will be expected to take your tip.
If they refuse to take it, you may have a case of “too much” and end up paying more.
If the attendant does not take your tips, you have a better chance of not having to pay for your gas.