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    I have a heavy course load in addition to being involved in a variety of extracurriculars. I am looking to get some extra money through an on-campus job but have found myself very torn. I feel like I should get a job that will challenge me intellectually, but I do not want to become more stressed/ burnt-out. Is a job even worth it, or should I spend the time in another club?
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    (Original post by nateduran1)
    I have a heavy course load in addition to being involved in a variety of extracurriculars. I am looking to get some extra money through an on-campus job but have found myself very torn. I feel like I should get a job that will challenge me intellectually, but I do not want to become more stressed/ burnt-out. Is a job even worth it, or should I spend the time in another club?
    What sort of role were you thinking, and for how many hours a week?
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    Don't sacrifice your education for a part-time job, especially if you don't desperately need the extra income
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    (Original post by nateduran1)
    I have a heavy course load in addition to being involved in a variety of extracurriculars. I am looking to get some extra money through an on-campus job but have found myself very torn. I feel like I should get a job that will challenge me intellectually, but I do not want to become more stressed/ burnt-out. Is a job even worth it, or should I spend the time in another club?
    You could go for the job and see how you get on.
    If it becomes too much then leave.
 
 
 
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