Top Ten Part Time Jobs For Students

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Student life is hard especially if you are from a working-class family. It’s barely hard for the family to make their ends meet. Paying fees and utility bills are hard whilst you are having difficulties to put food on the table. Students feed on that mentally. It takes a toll on them having to see their parents having tough times. For some of the privileged getting a part-time job is just to get experience to prepare them for their future careers. Part-time jobs are good, they give you much-needed experience, a taste of what is to come after they complete their studies. Every job you find out there in the world demand experience even from fresh graduates. Kids or students nowadays need jobs that they can rely on part-time when they are completing their studies. This practice is put to good use in the USA and European countries where most of the parents understand what it’s like to earn and give kids much needed time and money management but this practice is solely abandoned in south Asian states where it is taboo to earn money in lower jobs as it is below their class as most of the parents here say. But in most lower-wage income families the student has to work double shifts to make ends meet. It is sad. Most of the children in Asian states are spoiled brats even in middle-class families. They just need to solely focus on studies instead of focusing and getting experience in money and time management by doing even menial jobs. This is where the problem arises as to the boys and girls when they graduate they have little to no experience in their respective fields. They have so much pressure on their shoulders to ease the financial burden on their parents and jobs that come after graduation have lesser financial benefits. This leads to pressurization by the parents and which leads to mental stress and depression as the poor souls are not earning money and when they have to rely on their parents their relations get strained to the point of deterioration which is a pathetic and sad reality in most of the Asian states. This is very troubling that the parents in Asian states have not yet realized that a part-time job for kids should be a necessity so that they have less burden on them when they graduate. For the boys, it is very tough when they graduate the pressure on them to get a financially stable job so that they can get married. For girls, it is just depressing that they are married off as soon as they complete their studies. In Pakistan, the ratio of marrying a fresh graduate female to be sent her marching orders even the females are very capable of earning high profile jobs. This is a menace that has to be tackled.

So, coming to the topic at hand here are the top ten part-time jobs for students of Asian and European states:

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CONTENT WRITER:

Content writing comes at the top of the list in the top ten part-time jobs for students. Content writing also counts as one of the best flexible jobs for college students. It has flexible hours, good pay, and it has the added advantage of working from your own home, saving commute money. You can work at your own time. You can study as well and you have plenty of time for completing your content writing task. It also keeps your writing skills sharp as well which come in handy. Be wise to choose tasks that come easy to you, otherwise, you will be stuck in a rut and it will affect your study time as well. It is a very essential trait that you must have if you have any chance of choosing this as your future career as well. Overtime you make many connections and it will come you good when you need it the most.

CALL CENTRE:

Call center is the best option for incumbent students. The money you get by doing this job is good. This job should be a priority for those students whose communication skills are top-notch. The only problem with this job is that it has no flexible hours which is a bummer. But the pay and communication skill upgrade is too hard to resist. Communication skills are much needed when you are searching for new jobs, keep that in mind. It is one of the best part-time paying jobs for students.

RECEPTIONIST:

A receptionist is a job that looks like menial in nature. But this job is so much more than that. By doing that not only you are enhancing your communication skills but you are also chiseling your ability to navigate difficult persons and different problems that they load on you. This job comes in handy in preparing you for difficulties that lay ahead in your and how you solve it.

COPYWRITING:

Copywriting is one of the safest and stable jobs out there. It is also one of the best flexible jobs for college students out there. Your writing skills get better as you get more experience in this job. Pay is not as good as it should be. But this job is worthy of your time nonetheless. If you don't like to work with people, this is a great job to work from home

BAKING/COOKING:

This job will make your creative juices flowing. You can work at any eatery or any top chef’s restaurant where you can learn lots of fun dishes and have experience if you want to launch yourself in this field or just when you are bummed sitting in your home.

ONLINE TUTORING:

You are not that old to teach someone. It is one of the hassle-free part-time jobs for students who are freshly graduating. They can teach other students with lower grades in subjects they need to pay for your services.

ANIMATION:

It is one of the best part-time paying jobs for students who have an interest in computer graphics and arts. The money is good and the plus point is that it can lead to a permanent future as well.

SUMMERCAMP INSTRUCTORS:

Coolest job out there. No boring time spending time at your home just enroll as an instructor for quick money and a great environment.

NANNY:

One of the toughest jobs but totally worth it for making a quick buck plus it enhances your parenting, communication, and problem-solving skills.

INTERNEE:

An internship is a necessity for whichever job you are looking for.  The money here is scarce but the hardship in being an intern makes you learn good lessons for your future. Think of it as a trial for your future job as it prepares you if you want that job for your future or not.

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