Having a degree to complete while also working part-time can seem a little too much pressure but the time invested in both is worth it in the long run.
Before even having completed the education of your choice, if you are planning to start working is actually a good start for the career in the long run.
To start earning while you are still in college will give up valuable insights and a “how” of the real world of work. It gives you an opportunity to gain knowledge pre-hand before you are set to work full-time. The people you meet during these times later turn out to become a strong part of your connections circle. Apart from helping you earn a little extra money to help you with expenses, there is much more you can gain from working part-time when in college.
One of the most important skills this teaches is time management. Managing college studies with assignments and ongoing tests and submissions and having the added workload from the part-time job you have taken up is really the way you learn to manage time and helps you prioritize what really needs to be done.
Having a job role done on the resume before getting done with graduation will create an impact of the hiring manager when you plan to start working full-time. It shows the extra effort you took to gain the experiences you have.
Finally, the choice to work while attending college full time is of an individual, and students must be able find a balance between the two commitments. But nonetheless to say, if you do find the opportunity to work, grab it and make the most of it.