Hello again, my dearest readers!
Hope all of you had a thoroughly enjoyable break over the weekend which just concluded and are rejuvenated for the remainder of the week ahead! Oh, and before I forget, a belated congratulations to all my readers who have just graduated from their polytechnic tertiary studies recently! Give yourselves a pat on your back for finally attaining your diploma after 3 gruelling years!
Sigh, touching on this topic makes me feel as though I’m getting on in years, as my time as a polytechnic student has unfortunately been more than a couple of years ago. Even with the numerous project deadlines and assignment deadlines to meet, I have to say that my 3 years of polytechnic studies have been the best times of my life thus far! Carefree and enjoyable, so to say.
Studies apart, I recalled holding a couple of part time jobs Singapore opportunities throughout the 3 years, mainly as working as a part time events model and organizer in order to earn my own allowance as I chose not to depend on my parents for an allowance due to my independent character ever since young.
MODELLING PART TIME JOBS
I have to say that it wasn’t exactly the easiest to juggle between managing my school workload and my part-time work itself, but well, I’m glad to say I managed to pull it off! The takeaway experiences have been nothing but largely positive and an eye-opener to the young teen which I was at the time.
Personally, I feel that every youth should try to earn their own allowance while they pursue their tertiary education. It really widens your horizons and makes you realize that the ‘real world’ differs vastly from what we are acquainted with on a normal basis. It also provides a good insight into what our working parents have to deal with on a day-to-say basis and allows us to better relate to them and understand them better.
I found a couple of my part time jobs for students while I was studying through online forums and google searches, which were, a little troublesome. These days, however, as I mentioned in my earlier post about a week ago, there is Stroff.com to help simplify the hassle of looking for part time jobs in Singapore.
I feel it works as a perfect platform, especially so for students looking for a part-time job while studying in Singapore. This is due to how it is extremely easy to use and delivers results according to your search parameters almost instantaneously! Simply create a new account and you’re good to go! If only Stroff.com was around during my time as a student, it would have saved me so much time in searching for a suitable part-time job! Oh well. Hopefully all you lovelies can benefit from this website even if I didn’t stand the chance to!
Guess I’ll be wrapping up here, and hope you guys enjoyed reading my short random ramble about my former days as a student!