Consider two contexts for this question: during your studies and after graduation.
During your studies
You can earn as you learn! Your pay varies according to criteria like:
- The industry you want to enter;
- The location of the job; and
- The type of Word Integrated Learning experience you participate in.
Use your earnings to minimize any education debt while you’re still in school.
But while being paid is great – it’s more than just money you should consider. As you build your professional network, you are improving your chances of finding a permanent job in your field. And the sooner you start working after graduation, the sooner you earn a market salary. Speaking of which…
… What about after graduation?
After you graduate, you’ll have more than just the educational credentials employers want. Your relevant work experience and skill set tell employers you’ll be able to get up to speed, and fast. This includes any employers who hire you as a student.
Enjoy a successful work term with an employer today, and your potential will be limitless!