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Hardworking Student Sells Vegetables To Earn Money For His Studies So He Can Become A Lecturer

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Source: Harian Metro and Pommie Travels

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Education is often seen as the only way for underprivileged families to free themselves from the grips of poverty. This has proven to be true for a student in Jakarta, as hardships and struggles did not stop him from achieving his dreams. 

Amirudin, a student from Universitas Tunas Pembangunan (UTP) Surakarta, sells vegetables in his neighbourhood market to pay his university fees. According to Harian Metro, Amirudin is passionate about pursuing his studies but he was unable to due to financial constraints. This diligent student had then started selling vegetables to overcome the struggles that he is currently facing.

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Amirudin also sells livestock such as cows and goats to speed up his dreams of becoming a lecturer. By selling vegetables and livestock, he aims to be successful in both academics and business. This hardworking student is also an inspiration to the people around him because Amirudin wears his graduation robes when he is out selling vegetables. He certainly dresses up for success!

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We wish Amirudin all the best in achieving his dreams! What do you think of this article? Share your thoughts down below. 

 

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