Graduates trapped in unpaid internships, study finds

Graduates trapped in unpaid internships, study finds
 

Graduates are being trapped in a cycle of unpaid internships that offer no significant benefit to their career, research by a social mobility charity has found.
The Sutton Trust reports that around one in four graduates (27%) have done an unpaid internship in order to “get a foot in the door” in pursuit of their career goals.
Though most will do on average just under two internships, the report reveals that a small but significant proportion of graduates complete three or more unpaid internships, with little reward.
“Completing an internship was associated with higher salaries, for both... read more

 
23 November 2018 in Learning, Views: 62
Source: Guardian
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