Work

Underemployed and underpaid

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

Hustling hobbies from passion to pressure

Whether your hobby is painting, embroidering, or collecting stamps, you don’t need an Etsy store to validate how you spend your time.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...