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Cori Brouse ENL111 10 October 2000 Part-time work Full-time rewards When you think about someone with a part-time job you probably think the person is very lucky to have the job Of course you probably have one too and have the viewpoint of a younger person still in school However if you do not share this opinion you are not alone For many adults the idea of students having part-time jobs may worry them Perhaps they think that we cannot handle the tasks involved in balancing both school and work Perhaps it is that they feel that we should concentrate solely on our schoolwork Whatever their reasons may be I believe that they are ill informed of the many long-term benefits students receive when acquiring and maintaining part-time jobs Indeed part-time jobs can be a bit much to handle for some people but in general they have many more good aspects about them First of all not everyone may be able to handle both school and work but for most others they are able to manage this balancing act For those who have part-time jobs many benefits abound them whether they realize it now or not Of course a job does pay so it is no surprise that many students start out into the work force for this reason If they learn to be frugal with their money their chances of becoming financially secure later in life are more likely to be increased However important money may seem now it is the discipline of responsible spending that will pay off in the end Along with responsible spending students need to put forth much more effort in both school and work than those who do not have jobs Although this may sound like a downfall of part-time jobs it is actually a good thing They need to put forth the extra effort to maintain a good status in both areas This helps the students
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