r.advantages and disadvantages of working and studying
do you know how many young people work and study? a long time ago there were many young people working and studying. However, there are more now because the economic situation is bad. How many advantages and disadvantages does it have?
many young people work because they need money to study because their parents donít have money
forto pay for university fees. Furthermore, working represents a learning and professional experience career. moreover,there are more men working than women. ("moreover" doesn't work here. The new fact doesn't add anything to your argument).
to work and study at the same time
havehas certain advantages; for example, to get a degree it is good to work because you learn bettermany things about your field of studies [only if you work in the area of your studies. Most students don't. They study arts and work at macdonalds] and you have good work experience once your studies are over. And when you donít have money? One point of view in favor of money is that you can pay the school or university with your salarywages. "salary" is normally used for a full-time permanent employee. If someone is payed by the hour, or shift, "wages" is better.
working and studying
you are talking about one thing - "working and studying". They are taken together. Otherwise, you mean that working has disadvantages and studying has disadvantages - which they do, but that's not your point.
one drawback is that people work all day and donít have time to study. the most important disadvantage is that at nights, a student is very tired and doesnít learn very well. Is this good? It is not good, and for this reason most people in the classroom only think about resting and sleeping
to sum up, to work and study at the same time
havehas many advantages and disadvantages. In my view, when your parents pay your university fees, it is good to work for only a short time so as to gain professional experience and have more time to devote to study.
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