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When I was 18, I read a novel, 'Twilight' and I found that Miss Isbella Swan had a part time job. She was working at Newton's book store and pay her own collage fee at the age of 18, immediately I thought that I should work: earn my living, or may be at least pay for some of my expenses. I told my parent's that I want to work for part-time, "You don't have to work, we can do that" they said, further they told me that if someone relative see you working at any shop that will not be good. I'm from a middle-class-family and of course dependent on my family for everything.
I'm 22 now still not having any job. Is this is bad to work and earn for your own expenses! All developed countries have this trend , where student work at part-time jobs, it give them confident and money both.
Why Indian found it bad to work at small shops, child labour age is 14-years and still I'm unemployed at the age of 22.