So...I'm thinking about laboring for 3 days a week while doing a masters. I'd get £50 a day but am worried I'd fall behind with uni work. Plus its with my dad and hes not the easiest person to work with. would you guys do it? I get bored easily as well but could really do with the money...Shall I just do it?
Laboring while doing a masters? watch
- Thread Starter
- 23-01-2015 20:58
- 23-01-2015 21:06
You should get as much work experience in the field your studying. However, it doesn't sound like proper work experience for a master's level student if you are being payed only £50/day...
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- 07-09-2015 09:39
I will also agree with the point that work experience is very much essential while doing a master.