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Balancing School and Work Amidst a Pandemic: Working Students’ Time Management

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Antipolo, J.J., 2021. Balancing School and Work Amidst a Pandemic: Working Students’ Time Management. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 3(1), pp.58-63.

Abstract

A lot of research on time management was done to uncover a person’s efficacy and influence on their job; nevertheless, we can find very limited literature addressing time management. Every working student should investigate their time management to improve their performance both at work and in academics. The purposive random sampling was applied in finding out their time management. There are forty-three males and fifty-eight females among the respondents in this survey. The descriptive research approach for this study was developed from Wayne State University’s Time Management Questionnaire. The study’s findings revealed that male working students have slightly more stressful time management than female working students, and that organized time management is never declared by any of the male working students, whereas some of their female counterparts have declared that they have organized time management. Finally, it is stated in this study that male and female time management is different.

Keywords: Working students, Time Management, School and Work, Pandemic, Working scholars.

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