Nowadays many students face the problem that they cannot find the right balance between such aspects as the serious need for money, potential CV points and certainly at least some rest after a tiresome and tense university term. That is why students have to decide what is of a larger priority for them and whether it is really worth it. Such a decision requires considering a set of options, especially in case a student has serious concerns about the second year’s rent or some other large expenses. Summer job can cover all the expenses including the rent, however, the individual will be deprived of rest and summer break in such a way.
It is highly recommended to think of all the financial plans in advance as time flies by quickly and you may have no free time later with an enormous number of exams and various assignments. Choosing a particular summer job is definitely a good decision, besides, there is a great range of activities every student can engage into, for instance working in the uniform shop, being a journalist, or something else.
Getting internship and looking for work experience can later result in a significant benefit from a placement as in case an individual has a particular work experience he is automatically differentiated and marked out from the other individuals, who want to apply for the same job position. Moreover, if you find a good summer job not far from your home you can avoid additional living costs and large hotel expenses. Don’t immediately refuse if the company offers you an opportunity to get work experience that will not be paid for as having a reputable name on your CV may turn out to be far more important and precious than summer cash money.
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