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This study undertakes to explain a relationship between a working student’s work characteristics (work intensity, work hours, kinds of work) and their effects on the student’s academic performance and social life. This looks at the present condition of the educational experiences of Civil working students as having been affected by their work that could be perceived as either a positive or negative indicator with sixty-eight working students as key participants. It also assessed the advantages/disadvantages of being resorted to such an undertaking. The study has shown that there is a weak correlation between the characteristics of work and its effect on the academic performance and social experiences of working students. Proving also that working while studying is not always as negative as it is because certain benefits could be derived there from for it will even make them better individuals than do non – working students.

Introduction

The education system aims to provide a broad general education that will assist each individual in society to attain his/her potential as a human being, and enhance the range and quality of the individual and the group; help the individual participate in the basic functions of society and acquire the essential educational foundation for his/her development into a productive and versatile citizen; and develop the high-level professions that will provide leadership for the nation, advance knowledge through research, and apply new knowledge for improving the quality of human life... url: http://www.antiessays.com/free-essays/114586.html

Chapter 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction / Background of the Study
Student jobs have become a sort of trend among students around the world, who want to work while they are studying. In short, the term that suits this trend is 'Earn and Learn' policy. Other reason why student jobs are popular among students is they help to cope up with the constant increase in tuition...
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