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Part-Time Jobs to Fit in Your Student Life

Updated on May 21, 2014
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Student life has always been the best phase of our lives. Being a Student means being low on cash or maybe a temporary financial crunch. The solution to this problem is taking up a Part-Time Job or an Internship while you are still in college, in the middle of your semester or during the semester break. Taking up a Part-Time Job during semester break is the best idea to use your time-off from lectures, building up your resume, upgrading your skill set, growing a professional network and experiencing financial freedom.


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Part-Time Jobs are a smart way to strategize your career path. These jobs are a win-win situation for both the employee and the employer, as the payments are done on the number of man-hours or to say the number of working hours and the employer saves the hiring costs involved in hiring a full-time employee. As it allows less hours of work, you get the flexibility to choose your work hours. Not only the financial respite, there are other advantages of part-time jobs which will help you with getting hired for a full-time role. So first lets take a look at the process of searching and applying for a part-time job for the first time.

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The second task is to find a Part-Time Job. You can find such jobs over two mediums, internet and newspapers. Internet is a widely used medium by employers to seek part-time employees, as it reaches to a wider audience and is cheaper than the print media. Making a list of your interests and area of study, as it will help you narrow down on to the jobs that you would want to go for, also will help you build up your resume on the area of your study for a full-time role. These jobs are posted on job portals or the employer's website which you can search using relevant keyword phrases. For example, you want to look for a part-time job as a mobile app developer using the keywords like Part-time Jobs for Mobile App Developer will make your search specific and also will save your time by returning the unique results. For a word of precaution, don't fall for scams asking you to pay registration or joining fees to get started. You will come across a lot of traps like these over the internet, prudence and judgement is the key to find the right job. For your searches use trusted and credible job portals, and several other sites which are distinctively designed for college students offering internships with various employers.

Part-Time Jobs are a smart way to strategize your career path. These jobs are a win-win situation for both the employee and the employer, as the payments are done on the number of man-hours or to say the number of working hours and the employer saves the hiring costs involved in hiring a full-time employee. As it allows less hours of work, you get the flexibility to choose your work hours. Not only the financial respite, there are other advantages of part-time jobs which will help you with getting hired for a full-time role. So first lets take a look at the process of searching and applying for a part-time job for the first time.



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The benefits of working part-time are not just monetary. Apart from giving you an expanded budget and extra cash in hand, it serves you with an opportunity to learn and grow. Not limiting yourself to your area of study will allow you to broaden your skills, explore other options, a new technology which may not be a part of your university curriculum. Part-time jobs also enhance your future job prospects as your employer might convert your role to a full-time role once you graduate. Professional networking is also what comes with the package, while doing a part-time job you would get opportunities to network with professionals from your area of study and could be of considerable help for future job opportunities.

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Working part-time will help to enhance certain traits in you, which will be an inevitable part of your professional life. You will go through a short phase where you would be trying to maintain a balance between your work and life. Discipline, inter-personal skills, efficiency, time-management, a professional network and a sense of independence are the takeaways which you will relish all your life. So before you jump on the band wagon make an alluring resume, a list of your interests and start looking for jobs before your semester break ends!

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