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With the aim of increasing their opportunities for employment after graduating, during their studies students undertake various activities to expand their competences in the areas of experience, knowledge and skills. Such extra academic activity (EAA) includes voluntary service, activities in student organisations and, increasingly frequently, paid employment. As the survey presented in this paper shows, students undertake employment to generate the means for covering the costs of studies anddoi:10.31648/oej.2930 fatcat:aaxzp7tfbzc5bajnvdhxwc67de