Part time job

@AishaBR (345)
United States
August 26, 2011 8:11pm CST
Well I am looking for a part time job since I am in school. I was thinking of trying to get a job at the school I attend. I figured it will be a good way to make money and be on time for my classes. Do you think this is an good idea?
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8 responses
@Olleenz (3400)
• Indonesia
28 Aug 11
Well I can't say that is good idea but this must be GREAT IDEA. You not just earn money from it but also experience (specially dealing with job problem). A lot of people had high degree on their scholarship but zero on experience, so when they find problem in their job they tend to afraid, confused or give up. But I must remind you one thing, you need time management to arrange your activity (I think you know why I told you this). Happy lotters.
@magtibaygom (4865)
• Philippines
28 Aug 11
That's nice to hear from a young person like you. It is uncommon for young ones like you to think that way. Keep it up. Go for that part-time job, and make the most out of it. And much as possible, you should be taking jobs that have plenty of learning opportunities as well, not only earning opportunities.
@CatGods (4599)
• United States
27 Aug 11
Are you talking about doing a work study program? Most schools have that kind of program. You will need to check in with student affairs to find out what is available.
@iwrite (5042)
• Singapore
27 Aug 11
Depending what is your job skill set like, you are able to use mirco work site like fiverr and fourerr to help you earn money. But you need to promote your gig in order for people know your gig
@SydneyJ (903)
• United States
27 Aug 11
I think that would be one of the better ways to go about getting a job, you should definatly look into it.
• United States
27 Aug 11
It is great that you want to work and if you can get a job on campus they will work around your schedule so there will be no chance of missing class. When I was in college I worked with students who were blind and I had really enjoyed that. It is great to work.
@payout (3722)
• United States
27 Aug 11
Hey Aisha, If you think it would be great go for it, and if this has to do also with you career choice then im all for it. I know my cousin is studying to be a teacher for younger children and they put her in some classes and I think they will be send her to local areas to work with some childrenand have experience in that field.
@greenline (14865)
• Canada
27 Aug 11
Yes, I certainly thnk that is a very good idea. That will keep you in the school environment always. When I was going to college, I took a part time job at the college library, and I very much enjoyed that. I could in my spare time continue working on my lessons too.