No NI for students who work.

No NI for students who work.

Students in Malta have created a sense of entitlement towards our stipend and we are sometimes labeled as lazy. In order to encourage students to take up part time jobs NI shouldn't be deducted from the total pay. Part time jobs teach students more time management, the experience of being in a workplace and also personal fund management. Apart from increasing the productivity of the country, they will be increasing their own savings and spending (which is all beneficcial to the economy).


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