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Title: Part Time Work Option for Students in New Zealand


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Work While you Study in New Zealand
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New Zealand is one of the best places to study
owing to highly acclaimed Universities providing
a variety of specialized programs, a strict
quality control system, part-time work
opportunities, permanent residence options, and
Scholarships for International Students in New
Zealand. Lets explores the part-time work
benefits for international students in New
Zealand.
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Part-time work allowed
The student visa allows part-time work up to 20
hours per week during the course months and
full-time during scheduled holidays. Students
pursuing Masters by research or Ph.D. are
eligible to work full-time throughout their study
tenure. However, it must be ensured that the
course work does not suffer and the attendance is
up to the mark.
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Types of Employment Opportunities in New Zealand
Permanent part-time employment It is the most
common form of employment taken up. The
work-hours and conditions are fixed as per the
contract and employees have to meet the basic
criteria to qualify for the job and the
entitlements.
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Types of Employment Opportunities in New Zealand
Casual employment In this case there are no
guaranteed hours of work or regular work pattern.
The employer assigns the work as and when
required and sets the pay and duration
accordingly.
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Types of Employment Opportunities in New Zealand
Fixed-term employment Fixed-term or temporary
employment is available only up to a certain date
or until the assigned project is completed.
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Types of Employment Opportunities in New Zealand
Seasonal employment It is a type of fixed-term
employment where the contract states that the
employment will end after the end of a season.
This is generally seen in fruit, vegetable,
fishing and meat industries. The employee may be
re-hired in the subsequent season as per terms of
the contract. In all the cases, the basic
employee rights are guaranteed and at least the
minimum pay needs to be provided by the employer.
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Reasons for taking up part-time work
  • The main reasons for students, especially
    Indians, to take up part-time work are
  • The earnings help the students manage the
    expenses
  • Relevant work experience in the field of study
  • Exposure to New Zealands society and culture

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Reasons for taking up part-time work
  • Write Living expenses are relatively high for
    Indian students coming to Study in New Zealand.
    Hence, they often pursue part-time work to earn
    enough to support themselves throughout the study
    tenure.
  • The earnings indeed prove to be significant and
    thus ease the financial burden on the students.
  • Indian students also manage to save a significant
    amount, owing to good financial management skills.

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Reasons for taking up part-time work
  • The best-case scenario is when students are able
    to secure jobs in the sector related to their
    study.
  • On-campus jobs such as teaching assistantships
    are also available for students.
  • Having such jobs would immensely add to the
    students profile and help in securing a
    lucrative job by highlighting the students
    experience.
  • Internship opportunities dominate the Hospitality
    and Management sectors wherein the student has to
    complete a fixed tenure at hotels or other
    institutions providing relevant work experience.

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Reasons for taking up part-time work
Another highlight of working part-time is that
the student comes in contact with the local
society and culture and may also have the
opportunity to interact with people from diverse
nationalities during the tenure of employment.
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Safety Concerns
New Zealand scores high on safety and according
to safearound.com, it has secured 91 on the
safety index. The overall risks for travelers,
workers, and women are low. Workplace health and
safety concerns are also strictly monitored and
taken care of in New Zealand with distinct
guidelines laid down for employers. Thus, Study
in New Zealand for International Students can be
highly rewarding provided that the students are
enthusiastic, energetic, and opportunistic
enough.
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For all your other queries about  How to Get
Admission in New Zealand institutions, you
can contact us at below information.? ? ? Visit
Our Head Office? 'Krishna Consultants,  ? Plot
No. 10/2, I.T. Park, Opp. V.N.I.T,
Behind  Infotech Tower, Parsodi ? Nagpur,
Maharashtra, India- 440022 ? ? Contact Us At ? Ph
No. 91-7722004113 ? Our Email
ID krishna_at_studies-overseas.com? Our
Website http//www.studies-overseas.com/
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