10 Colleges Where Students Usually Get Internships
from U.S. News & World Report
College students often complete internships to gain work experience and explore their career interests. Research from the National Association of Colleges and Employers indicates that college students with paid internships or co-ops are more likely to be employed upon graduation and generally receive higher entry-level salaries than their peers without such experience. However, NACE research casts doubt on whether unpaid internships increase employment chances or boost starting salaries, and critics argue that unpaid experiences are a way of exploiting ambitious young people.
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