10 bucks an hour is jack, at least in the northeast. you can get that working at a McD's.
A good tender gets more than 10$ an hour. I think the guys who hold the "slow" signs at roadwork sites get 10$ an hour.
but--- tending is hard work--did a lot myself. in the heat it sucks,
depends if youre hauling brick by hand or using a truck to fill a wheelbarrow....
whatever you're getting paid, when you get a job you don't have to bust your ass at, you'll laugh at the people who complain.
I worked in a horrible kitchen, for six years to pay my way through college...now I work in AC all day, I hear people complain about how tough it is---they have NO idea. Pushing paper compared to dough...much better!