Infographic: The Work-Study Balancing Act

From tuition to books to those late night coffee runs, college can be pricey. Two-thirds of college students say they work part-time, sometimes even more to help pay for school. They’re working in restaurants, retail stores and at campus sporting events, and if you’re one of those students you know balancing a job and your studies isn’t easy. We took a look at some of the most popular part-time jobs for college students and how many hours they’re working every week. You might even find a job that’s right for you in our infographic below.

Work-Study Balance

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This infographic was created by Column Five Media. Think this graphic is cool? Learn how to create infographics, websites and even design games at Rasmussen College.

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