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An after-school job is harmful for many students and is evident in the areas of mental and physical fatigue lower academic grades and a poor social life Having an after-school job will interfere with the students academic life An after-school job interferes because the job takes away from the time a student has to study Employed students have less time to study than their unemployed friends do Students with after-school jobs fall into a pattern of letting their grades slip After working three to four hours after school students do not want to come home and work on homework An after-school job will drain the student mentally and physically The job will sap the student mentally if he does not get along with his co-workers A student not getting along with work members will make his day seem much longer than it is Working long hard hours and not getting enough sleep will exhaust the student physically For students who have to close up at night this means extra time and chores Working extra hours depletes the students energy Students after-school jobs will interfere with their social life After school a student will not have time to socialize with friends because he has to rush to work On sunny days after school when you are at work your friends are free to go to the beach Employed students are unable to go to the beach because they have to work An after-school job interferes with your social life After school jobs are damaging to many students Even though a student may have good intentions an after-school job interferes in many areas of a students life Having an after-school job will cause academic grades to fall exhaust the student mentally and physically and interfere with his social life
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