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It is no doubt that college is considered to be the best years of student life, but why so? This is the time when you are just entering adulthood, but you can still be a carefree teenager for a while. It is also a time of change, an important stage for each student, because starting to live independently and eventually gaining important life experience is precisely this process of change. So, this article here for those who yearn for these very changes and want to know the reasons for having a job while in college.
  • To become financially independent from parents
One of the reasons for working your way through college is financial independence, because, let’s be honest, it’s great to be able to spend money on what you want. Whether it’s an unnecessary bauble to just pamper yourself or expensive clothes, you will no longer need to ask your parents to purchase them. By all means balancing study with work is not easy, but that pride for yourself that you will gain is not comparable with anything as not everyone can decide to become financially independent and simply independent from their parents at such a young age. Especially if parents have always taken care of you, then quickly disengaging from their habits such as cooking and bringing food to you, making calls several times a day, using mspy mobile phone spy software to control you, etc. will not be easy. Besides, a job will help you to understand parents and their hard-earned money, which leads us to the next reason of the list.
  • To know the value of money
You can’t deny that not all adolescents know the value of money, because not everyone thinks about how hard their parents earn money so that they have enough for all the necessary things. Starting to work and giving up parental help, whatever one may say, you will have to face a list of requiring expenses and you will decide for yourself what you need to buy right away and what can wait.
  • To learn how to prioritize
When, at a young age, we don’t notice or don’t want to notice what our parents spend money on, and sometimes we just don’t understand why they can’t give us a few dollars for a new pair of shoes, we forget about the thoughtfully drawn up family budget. However, as soon as we begin to enter adulthood and understand the full value of hard-earned money, we begin to respect parents’ decisions not to buy us stuff that seemed so necessary to us then. If you are on scholarship, then you won’t have to pay for studies, but you need to make sure that you have enough time to study since no one wants to fly off the budget. If you don’t have a scholarship, then tuition fees will be a priority for you. Therefore, in both cases it is better to have a part-time job so as not to forget why are you here and what is really important to you. 
  • To decide what to do after graduation
Many students entering college doubt whether they will need the knowledge they will acquire here or not. After all, without practice you won’t know for sure whether you want to do this or that thing in life or not. Therefore, working while you are in college is a great opportunity to test this. Based on your major try to find a job in the same vein, maybe even your professor needs an assistant, don’t be shy and offer your help, because this will be a valuable experience for you.
  • To have a work experience
Have you noticed how all companies are looking for a young specialist with higher education and with 5 years of experience? But the only question is how to get this experience, if you spend these 5 years studying? The answer is a part-time job. Yes, that is what will distinguish you from all the other resumes on the table for the reason that you will already have experience, you will know exactly what you want and what you can offer, the employers will definitely appreciate it. That seems to be a win-win option.
  • Conclusion
Clearly, it is only your business whether to start working now or to wait for graduation, just remember that labor ennobles, and the sooner you enter this world as a confident and independent person, the sooner it will accept you.

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Kathy Brellan
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