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Sure, it could depend on whether the student can handle the load, but
If a student is offered an on-campus job of up to 20 hours per week, making $1550 each school year, should she take it?
Its easy to quit an off-campus job if your grades are suffering, but what about on-campus jobs?
$1550 over two, 15-week semesters at 20 hours per week is $2.58 per hour. So if its really about the money, she might want to look off-campus for at least minimum wage, which is almost three times $2.58 per hour. Then again, how easy is it to find a 20 hour per week off-campus job in a college town that works with your class schedule?
How is a freshmans new college experience and social life affected by working 20 hours a week?