Living the student life can be a costly business. Here’s why having a part-time job is a great idea.
Counting coppers and desperately perusing the reduced section in Tesco? It doesn’t have to be this way, says part-time worker Abi.
As university students, most of us come to acquire this tremendous ambition of working alongside our studies. Oone visit to Newcastle University’s extremely efficient and helpful Careers Service made me realise that it is easier to find part-time jobs in certain sectors.
In my previous posts, I told you how getting involved in a student newspaper or television station can help you land a job in the creative industry. Now it’s time to talk about student radio and how it can help kickstart your radio career. The radio industry is now as demanding as ever. That means,
Blink and you miss it – we’re halfway through an academic year already. There’s so much to do to make our remaining time here at uni both productive and remarkable. Here are some ways you can make your days at uni fruitful.
Wondering what to do with yourself now summer’s here? If there are no holidays or festivals lined up to fill your time, maybe a summer job is the route for you? Here are some pros and cons to help you decide… PROS However big or important, a job of any form will give you tonnes
As a student who juggles part-time work with university, society doings and extra-curricular volunteering, I’d like to think I know a thing or two about time management. So here are my Top 5 Tips for making money whilst getting your degree.