Education is your clear priority when studying in the UK, but having a job will also allow you to lower your student debt and have extra spending money when your head isn’t in books. Here are five reasons to find a job as a student.
There is so much to explore in the UK. Scotland in the north, Wales in the west and short flights to Paris, Amsterdam, and Brussels from London. New friends and a wide variety of social activities mean spending and traveling more to embrace your new experiences.
Making your resume stand out
A job will change you into a more confident and open-minded person who looks for opportunities to improve himself. Your resume will be easier to sell if you can put down clear achievements and an eagerness to find work before beginning your full-time career.
The best possible way to land a job in the future is to make connections with the right people. When working you are able to build relations with colleagues and in management - their recommendation can be useful when applying for jobs after graduation.
To maintain a healthy lifestyle, it's necessary to eat well, indulge in some form of physical activity, and get ample rest. Your energy levels and a strong immune system is important for clear thinking and a healthy mind.
Poor health will lead to stress, self-esteem issues, fatigue, and illness. Stay active by signing up for sports or going to the gym that will help you to stay healthy throughout your graduation.
Gain work experience
Part-time jobs and internships are a great way to demonstrate potential employers your skills. Work experience will enhance your resume and make you more employable.
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