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A Lot of Companies Don’t Pay Interns — and That’s a Problem

Some of these interns sure look a lot like employees

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43%: That’s the share of internships offered by for-profit companies in the United States that are unpaid, according data from the National Association of Colleges and Employers, per the Washington Post.




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