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Yes, it is possible – in high school.
Usually, there are fewer pairs in the schedule for the penultimate and final courses, and you can score on some pairs and not appear on them. As a result, there is time for work. Some employers like to hire students, because you can pay less, students can gain experience.
But you will have to work ~30 hours a week – and this is quite a lot. It should be borne in mind that there will be practically no free time left when combining work and study
It depends on how long you work. I'm currently working half-time and studying full-time. I keep up with everything, I don't have any problems or tails. I know some people who work 30 or even all 40 hours a week. They don't look very much like poor people exhausted by life, they study well. So, as said above, it's a matter of desire.
I studied for a master's degree and worked full-time schedule 5/2. She graduated from the university with a red diploma. “If you really want to….” as they say. Before I went to work, I announced that I was studying and sometimes I would need to leave for pairs, they let me go without any problems. It's easier to reach an agreement with your employer:)
4-5 courses I studied (full-time) and worked in the specialty 2-3 hours 5-6 days a week and I am very happy about it. Because they helped me figure out what I really needed to do at work, one of my training practices was paid, and after university I didn't have to suffer like most of my classmates in search of work.
From personal experience, I confirm the above.
It was open from 9: 00 to 18: 00. I studied from 18: 30 to 21: 30. Since the university went to meet us, the masters, we also added classes on Saturdays.�
3 months at this rate (March-May). After that, I passed my exams very mediocre, because of the constant cough in my head. My personal life is questionable, I don't have time for friends, I'm immune ( personally, I had this because I didn't have time to eat normally, + my colleagues are always sick at work, but this is a completely different conversation), and my apathy subsided by the summer with a wonderful rest. ��
Conclusion: it would be better to pass a free internship in some global company, or figure out what my place in this world is.
Perhaps, but understand that you can't keep up with two birds with one stone – either you devote yourself to work and start having problems with your studies, or you get stuck in your studies and lose your job.
My classmates, for example, work part-time a couple of days a week and receive money, while there is time for both study and personal life.