be inclined to 倾向于
In recent years, in the hope of earning both money and social experience,more and more students are inclined to take part-time jobs in their schooltime.
draw attention 引起注意
As to whether it is worthwhile drawing much attention to the job from college study, people's attitudes vary greatly from person to person.
Some students think that taking up a part-time job may help themselves in many aspects-stimulate learning more efficiently, explore the knowledge outside the books and even gain financial independence.
And they hold the belief that the experience of taking the part-time job isa perfect preparation for their future job-hunting competition.
"In order to meet the requirements of the job market", they often explain,"We have to gain enough confidence and modify our career orientation from our part-time jobs."他们常解释说:“为了满足就业市场的需求，我们必须从兼职中找到足够的自信并调整自己的职业方向。”
Yet there are still other students who show their objections to undertaking part-time jobs.
have influence on 对…有影响.
They think that part-time jobs will have strong negative influence on study.
And the work, which often makes a student under strong pressure and burden, can only be done at the cost of the time in which to join in various college activities.
"I don't think such a thing is worth doing," said one student who decided to quit his part-time job, "for even though I was earning money, it came at great cost."一个决定辞去兼职的学生说:“我认为这样做不值得，因为即便我挣了钱，却付出了很大的代价。”
deal with 安排，处理.
In my opinion, whether it is worthwhile taking a part-time job depends on our ability to deal with the relationship between study and work properly.