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Working Whilst Studying

CAN YOU BALANCE A PART-TIME JOB & YOUR UNIVERSITY WORK?

University can get pretty expensive, with nights out to fork out for, textbooks to buy, as well as all of the bills that pile up at the end of every month. If you feel your student loan doesn’t stretch far enough, you may decide you want to get a job to top it up.

But before you do, you should weigh up the pros and cons of working whilst you’re at university so that you make sure your studies won’t suffer.

PROs

■ You’ll earn some extra cash — this is probably the best thing about getting a part-time job and the main reason why students look for a job in the first place. It will help you to live a little bit more comfortably so instead of worrying about money you can focus on your deadlines!

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