During the school year I plan to get a job (desk assignment) so I can get work done and also earn money (even if it’s having 20 dollars extra in my pocket every week)
Here is my budget %
Savings Account: 60%
Spend Later: 20% (gifts for friends, books)
Spend Now: 20% (going out to dinner, random crafts, paying for gas)
1. This bears repeating: we do not recommend overloading. Balance is key, and spreading out your tough, distasteful course requirements will make everything more palatable. Jamming too many required courses into the same semester is asking for unhappiness.
Don’t do it.
Donald Asher, author of How to Get a Job with Any Major, From College to Career, and Graduate Admissions Essays has assembled a list of tips for sophomore students. Consider the following advice when planning your second year of college.