Paid employment describes a situation where students work in part-time employment and also attend classes at the same time. It is implies that a student has divided attention between work and classes. This is a common practice in high education that has endured challenges of time, but has gained increased attention from researchers in the recent past. It has been a feature of university experience for a long time (David, 2012). Part-time working has been created by the changing nature of education where parents with family responsibilities are also going back to school, which means it aligns with the changing times and demands in the education sector (Kwadzo, 2014; David, 2012). Working while studying has different impacts on the life of the student and their achievement as well (Applegate & Daly, 2006). Therefore, working while studying is a practice responding to changing education demands, and it comes with both positive and negative impact on the student.