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  •   Home > News > Education

    High-school students in Auckland are less likely to have a part-time job, than those in the regions

    High-school students in Auckland are less likely to have a part-time job, than those in the regions


    A new study by online learning platform LearnCoach has found 42 percent of Auckland students have a part-time job in high school.

    That's compared to 56 percent of students outside the city.

    Founder Dave Cameron believes the lower part-time employment is because of the impact of Covid-19.

    He says Auckland was harder hit with lockdowns and uncertainty, seen especially in cafe and restaurant work which are the go-to jobs for students.

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