Any creative job could provide as a stress reliving outlet and also can pay you. Like writing, painting, playing an instrument.
I would find something within your major, even if it was just trivial because then you have an edge on your resume when you graduate. If you wait tables it won't help you find a job in your field when you graduate.
If you're looking to make money to pay for school, I'd consider a part-time job as a bartender or a waiter. That way you can work nights/weekends when not in class, and you can rack up some pretty good spending money.
If you can write, a great job is to freelance write while you are in school. You can get paid per article (or per hour) and work when you have time and as much as you can (which varies when you're a student). Good luck!
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