If I had the conditions ofc I would fully support him
Be happy lol,college/university life without parents help can be miserable
Never got an allowance
Get a job bum
I'd definitely support my child, so he could focus on studying, if I could, yeah.
I mean it's not a bad alternative getting an allowance from your parents but I've seen it backfire too. Some high school friends of mine started uni right after graduation and then did nothing but study for 3 years. At that point they'd basically never worked an entire day in their lives which is not a great look if you're employing. No matter the field it's not to your advantage not having any work experience if you're 21-25 and looking to get a job.
It's great that your parents are financially supporting you. Just, don't be that guy that has 0 work experience anywhere after finishing a 4+ year degree. Even at a coffee shop or mcdonalds look's good on CVs.
I'm 20yo jobless student myself. I could get a part time job (4 hours a day), but that would interfere with my studies for sure
Get a job. Gives you real world experience and teaches you how to communicate and deal with problems. Studying doesn't teach that.
parents usually work so they can provide and support their children
You get an allowance at 20 years old, what kind of family you gots man trade with me.
And I would support my kid if he tried but couldn't find a job, but realistically a lot of parents don't care as long as you're doing something with your life.
GET A JOB
the younger you start to work the better
a degree is just a piece of paper
no point in getting a shit job because it's a job lol
im 17 but I work at Walmart
I'd help him, but a part time job(around 4 hours) would also help tbh.
id pay for my kids living expenses and car that is it they need to understand responsibility
Just get job that involves some sort of physical activity but less to none brainactivity.
If you pair it that way it really shouldnt interfere with ur studiesat all. Mb try newspaperdelivery if thats an option, or if you live in a part of the world where snow is a thing, jsut ask your neighbours if you can take care of getting the snow from theirs pavements. Thats something you can do in the morning, it gety you phsically active and even might help to get you head clear while you do it. Pair those activities with some good music on ur cellphone and u might even start to like the work, especially if its well paid.
What actually might not be the case in theese to examples.
Other option would be some lowlevel prodction facility, wich can be utterly boring but most of the times its much better paid and weather isnt a thing.
I hope this helped.
my father pays for my food/most leisure activities I do. I'm at uni and I can only get a loan of 4k from the govt which is less than my house at uni per year.
If your parents are willing to cover your studies entirely without you working take full advantage of it. Assuming you are doing a degree that will allow you to get a pretty good job then there is not point in doing a job mid studies. It will just hurt your studies and not give you anything of value. What I mean by that is you won't be able to get a skilled job without a degree (comparable to the jobs you can get after completing your studies), and so potential employers won't really care. Not only that, but because it's so different the experience won't really be comparable either.
What you can do is look for internship opportunities mid studies or during breaks. Those can give you more insight or career paths and give you more relevant work experience. Yes it isn't paid, but money isn't an issue for you (clearly), and it could help a lot with future employment, especially at more well reputed firms.
It should be the parents responsibility to pay for their kid up until the kid finishes university and can get a normal job
studying is your job rn
so you already have a job
"jobs at young age"
when you think op is 15-18, but he is already 20.
grow up. man up.