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Posted by sviechweg (MONEY FORUMS: 7, Answers: 0)
Asked on September 8, 2015 2:00 pm
I agree. Studies have shown that students who have jobs do better in school because you have to manage your time better. You will also build valuable skills for future jobs.
Empirical evidence suggests that working up to 10 hours per week helps students get themselves organized and can be beneficial, in addition to the benefits Peter describes above. However, working over 15 hours per week is detrimental to your education.
Only a small part of education really happens in the classroom! On the job learning is also important, and helpful for your future. While school needs to come first perhaps there is a way to find a balance - school #1 but still some work.