Who wants to graduate from college with a huge amount of debt? Who wants to be stuck with a 10-20 year loan repayment schedule that could affect your ability to buy a house or a car? Why have debt if it can be avoided? Through coaching clients about their finances, we often assist with Education Planning topics to avoid debt after college graduation. Then with Financial Planning and Retirement Planning, we help clients set a path for a strong financial future.
Yes, you can work and go to college! Many people have done so. Or you can continue with the job you already have and go to college. It’s about time management, self-balance, wanting to get a degree, and willing to be flexible. Check with your employer as they may offer an education reimbursement plan.
Eight out of ten students work while going to college according to ‘Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce analysis of data from the National Center on Education. Nearly half (45%) work at least 30 hours a week, and 25% work full-time while going to school full-time”. You can do this to.
Here are the 30 Best jobs while going to college if you do not currently have a job. Check the list and see what you want to do just remember this job is only until you have completed your college degree.
- Nanny Job, in country
- Call center Representative
- Virtual assistant
- On demand staffing Jobs
- Warehouse associates
- Dog walker/pet sitter
- Food service worker/ bartending
- Home health aid
- Retail sales
- Administrative Assistant
- Hotel front desk Receptionist
- Social Media assistant
- Ride share driver/Valet parking
- Cleaner home or offices
- Bank Teller
- Brand Ambassador
- House painter
- Tour guide
- Resident Advisor/ School residences
- Interpreters/ translators
- Fitness instructor
- Online data entry
- Construction laborer
- Colleges also offer jobs apply
You can research each job and find out if this is a good fit also how much they pay in your area and whether it will work with your time. You can go to college any time as it is not limited to any age or gender.
Lillian Meyers CFP®, CDFA®, EA is a financial planner in Sonoma, California helping clients live their best life through the use of financial planning, investment management, and other sophisticated financial options.