Phuong Thao Nguyen It is very common that many high school students hold part time jobs while going to school. When these teens work, they are able to learn and experience life lessons from ethical and moral work. Knowing that school is aways and should be a priority, students should work while in high school because working helps students be more responsible with their lives, help them practice time managment, and also helps students see and experience the real world. Working teaches students about responsibility and also reinforces what they are leaning in school. Having a job while in high school is a catalyst for future responsible actions and thinking.
Developing communication skills will also help you in the future when you have to make new friends at university or collage. You may have a job that requires you to talk to new customers every day so learn how to communicate in high school but joining clubs and making friends. As you get older you will also start to get lazier and not have time to exercise so get into the habit of managing your time so that you can continue being healthy after high school. You only have one chance to attend high school, so make use of this process to come out successful and make the best out of the adventure.
Though it may seem like working through high school is a bad idea, it could better prepare students for “the real world.” Having a job has many benefits. One of these benefits is obvious, earning an income. With an income comes responsibility. When a student becomes an adult, he or she has to learn to depend on their own income, and there is nothing they can do to prepare themselves for that except to begin to get a feel for the responsibilities earning an income brings. Students can gain experience by working through high school.
In conclusion, there are three main advantages that benefits the student to have a part time job: having a good organization ability, grow knowledge and understand the importance of money. Students will be able to manage their time, so they will have enough of time to share with their family. Many students will learn new information during their work and they will use them in their future career. Besides, they will use money only in necessary needs. Student who wants a job must be serious, he needs to concentrate on both studying and working.
Students can also use their sell phone to vibrate and pop a message up on what is next for the day. College students can also use these tools later... ... middle of paper ... ...h life problems or if the student felt as if they couldn’t take anymore of working and going to school. Being socially active is essential to succeed in a part time job and at school this could help the student accomplish their goals. Although, networking is a great reason college students should have a part time job there are many other reasons as well like making money, budgeting, time management, and valuable experience can all help the student in the life after college. In the end, having a part time job is very beneficial to a college student from the time management skills they achieved to networking and meeting a lot of new people.
Schools can give responsibility to students but never without a cost. Students should have to chance to prove their worth to schools and show how responsible they can be as adults. When students go to college classes as high schoolers they sometimes tend to have more free time during those times. If a child has enough responsibility to take those classes they should have enough to leave school and be trusted to come back to school after their free time is over. Although leaving school early is not something that is smiled upon it should be because some students are ahead and can work their schedule to allow extra time because of hard work in early years.
By understanding topics such as insurance, taxes and banking, they would greatly improve their chances of being financially stable. In conclusion, a life skills class should be included in high school curriculums before the student graduates. In fact, many colleges today offer life skills classes that cover a wide range of subjects. While there are many types of life skills that can be taught, at a minimum, insurance, taxes, and banking should all be required due to the direct impact on a person's finances. High school prepares students for college, vocational training, and work but does not empower a student with the skills needed to navigate through the financial maze that occurs as that student leaves high school.
College students are right from the start, hit with expenses of bills, tuitions, books, and housing. W... ... middle of paper ... ...hing more than bribery. She claims “...I am involved with these students daily… If [Giving students money] is what we need to do to motivate them to reach their goals…Which will ultimately lead to them having a better life.”(Cosey) If the students do end up reaching their goals, they will be getting cash incentives shortly after graduating, by getting a job. Paying students money will motivate them to try harder, and end up reaching their goals. All in all, kids that is in school who work hard for good grades should be paid for their good grades and hard work for an even better incentive to follow.
They aren’t going to see you struggling among 30,000 students, you have to ask for the help. College makes you grow up and learn how to do things on your own without your parents. College
Many students love to have part-time jobs. Their parents approve it easily as they are said to gain experience from working. However, having a job is a big responsibility for a student. Before, teenagers at their age were working to help their family because of poverty. Nevertheless, they were actually eager to study and learn at school for their future.