I disagree because grades are so much more important to me than money. Yes, I need experience but I would rather get that over the summer doing a summer job. If I can get experience doing a summer job because it won’t interfere with school, that’s great. If I can’t, I’ll do it while I’m in college and worry about my grades and maybe getting a scholarship now. My friend got a job and her grades started slipping. She’s graduating this year with a 3.0 but she used to be a 3.8 or 3.9. Grades are much more important to me now because I could possibly get a scholarship and wouldn’t need all that money to pay for tuition.
I will use this information to help me decide whether or not to start a job. I will try to get summer jobs for the experience instead of trying to get a job while I’m focusing on school work. This article is all about the workplace. This article is about the drawbacks of teenagers working, the law, and the benefits of teenagers working. I would like to be a waitress or work at an ice cream shop to begin with. Later on, when I’m out of college, I want to become a math teacher and/or a baker.
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nation; "domestic issues such as tax rate and highway
construction" [ant: foreign]
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