Billy and his part-time job Billy is 14 years old and in his the ninth grade. He has a part-time job which gets him up every morning at 5 o'clock. He is a newspaper delivery boy.
In the winter it is still dark when he gets up， but during the rest of the year it is light. Bill must deliver the newspapers to the houses of the people on his route in all kinds of weather. He tries to put each paper on the porch where it will be protected from wind and rain of snow. All his customers think he does a good job.
Billy earns about $ 70 per month， and he is earning some of the money to go to college. He spends the rest on records and clothes. Once a month， he has to collect money from his customers. Since many of them work during the day， Billy has to collect the money in the evening. Sometimes， when Billy is ill， his brother has to deliver the newspapers. Once， his father has to help.
Billy has 70 customers now， but he hops to get more soon. Some day， if he gets more customers， Billy might win a prize for being an outstanding newspaper boy. He wants to win a trip to Europe， but he will still be happy if he only wins a new bicycle.
Billy，a 14 - year old boy， takes a part time job as a newspaper delivering boy in order to win a trip to Europe. He does so good a job that all of his customers think highly of him.
Nowadays it is very common for students to have part time jobs. There are several reasons for this. First，part time job can help to solve money problem for those coming from poor families. Second，such jobs provide them with good chances to enrich their social experience， which will benefit them in their future study and life. Last，the jobs make it possible for students to put what they have learned in class to practice.
As far as I am concerned，students should balance well between study and work. Part time job will take up much time and energy. As a student，we must remember that study always comes first. Only considering it in this way can we go out for a part time job.