Yu Kung-ho, 17 Top tunes: Canto-pop I have not had a summer job before. I don't intend to find one this summer because I want to spend my time studying for next year's HKCEE. But I think it's good to gain work experience. Once you know how hard it is to work, you will treasure your carefree school life and study harder. Lau Tak-kin, 15 Top tunes: Canto-pop I am still young and I'm not allowed to take up a summer job. It's not good to take on a summer job just for the money because it may affect your studies. And one should be very cautious when choosing a job. If the salary is ridiculously high - say, $100,000 a month for a clerk - then you know something is wrong. Lau Tak-shing, 14 Top tunes: Canto-pop I'm a Form Three student and it's too early for me to consider a summer job. Taking a summer job to support a materialistic lifestyle is shortsighted, since it distracts you from your studies and may even ruin your future career. But I do think that it's good for Form Five or Seven students to get summer jobs. They just need to be careful. Henry Ho Haey-yue, 16 Top tunes: Bee Gees, classic odes I haven't had any summer jobs, but in the future I do plan to find temporary work in the field of investment. I know there are a lot of summer job traps out there. Students must be particularly careful with those temp jobs which offer great rewards for nothing much in return. There are no free lunches in this world; to get rewards we have to work hard. Curtis Chan Chi-hang, 18 Top tunes: Canto-pop, western songs Last year, after I completed the HKCEE, I found a summer job as a promoter with a company providing English exam training services. The company assumed I would first sign up for their course and then persuade prospective customers to follow my example. In the end, I didn't join the course and I couldn't find a single customer. I felt cheated.