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    Hi, so i'm currently doing a post-graduate degree, and work part time on a saturday only contract (however over holidays they put me in for many more hours), also been working here for 4 years. Recently, the job is getting me down, I just don't enjoy it at all. So, I have my exams coming up, and my final project is done over summer... and I don't know whether to quit my part time job as to spend the full summer on my final project and having some me time?! My worry is what that means in the long run i.e. getting a job in the autumn after my degree? Any advice would be much appreciated
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