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After completing your homework each day, do you find yourself wasting the rest of your evening watching TV or texting with your friends?
A self-motivated and well-organized person may find it easier to balance work and study.
So, before joining any part time job with the study, think twice and you really think you need to do and can manage both study and work well, then go for it.
Many students take part time job also along with the study.
The part time job has many associated advantages and disadvantage.
Working more than 20 hours a week, though, can have the opposite effect as stress increases and work cuts into school time.
For some students, taking out student loans is the only way to afford going to college.
Whatever the reason, there are plenty of benefits associated with working while going to school.
Studies from the Bureau of Labor Statistics have shown that undergraduate students who work part-time in college (up to 20 hours per week) have higher GPAs than students who don’t work at all.