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Following the rise in tuition fees in 2012, the number of students in Britain taking on some part time work is estimated to have risen to 77 per cent.
According to OECD figures from that year, Dutch, Australian and Canadian students were most likely among those from the group of mostly rich nations to work alongside their studies.
As this map from Statista shows, 47.7 per cent of students were working while attending higher education, although with fees expected to rise even further, that number could continue to grow.
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