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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 8815 Wages

Instructions and Help about How Form 8815 Wages

Hi, in this video, I will show you how much a student can earn from part-time jobs in Canada while studying. Now, let's first talk about the most common jobs for students in Canada. So, if you come to Canada, you might end up doing one of the following jobs that I'm going to mention right now. Most of the students currently work at food restaurants, and some of them work at convenience stores in shopping malls. Some work in factories, while others work in warehouses. Most of them work at gas stations, delivery services like piece of deliveries, and construction jobs. On-campus jobs in your university or college are also common. There are also security guard jobs and other jobs involving moving stuff or working in the paper industry, such as throwing flyers and advertisements door to door. Now, let's talk about the working hours in Canada for students. How many hours can a student work when they are studying and when they are on breaks? Let's first talk about the working hours when you are studying. Legally, you can work 20 hours per week and 80 hours per month when you are studying. When you are on breaks, such as summer breaks or when you are taking a semester off, you can work full-time, which means 40 hours per week in Canada. Now, let me show you the average salary for students in Canada. The hourly rate or the salary rate when you are a student working in Canada varies. The minimum wage for every city and permanent residence for a student is $11.25 per hour. However, this may vary from province to province. Usually, as a student, you can earn anywhere from $11.25 to $15-16 per hour depending on the type of job, the employer, and your luck or...