Poll: Majority of students work during academic year

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May 20, 2013 19:46

 
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About 73% of students in the country worked during the 2012-2013 academic year , earning an average monthly wage of NIS 3,230, according to a survey released by the National Union of Israel Students on Sunday, to mark National Student Week.

Some 71% of  the working students work up to 100 hours each month. about a  third of the students - 29% - work over 100 hours a month.

In addition, while 10% of students live in dormitories, 40% reside with their parents and 43% rent an apartment or a house. Only 7% live in a place they own.

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