Work

Underemployed and underpaid

Graduating from Queen’s could mean more than a degree. It could mean a better chance
at employment.Continue...

The Journal's guide to navigating being friends and working together

Your boss and coworkers are oftentimes your friends, classmates or significant others, a student’s work and personal life inevitably mixes.Continue...

Why I’m a student journalist

When I tell my friends I’m only taking two courses I usually get a response like “aw man, you’re so lucky”. But then I tell them I work 60 hours a week, often into obscure hours of the morning and sometimes even on 24 hour binges — all for an honoraria that roughly equals $3 an hour.Continue...

Work hard…work more?

A work hard, play hard mentality might be the norm for a university student, but in the workforce, “play hard” is more of an irresponsible drain on the economy than a necessary balance to working.Continue...