Is this necessarily a bad thing?
Is it a bad thing that it structurally locks poor families kids from access to higher pay careers? Yeah.
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Do you think they’re valuable experience for the intern?
Yeah, a cousin of mine is back here from russia just so it'd be easier. I wouldn't be surprised if they were compulsory for medical students.
They are. But I was thinking more of college or law school (actually they’re called summer associateships in law school).
Who knows you probably know more about them. What do you think?
I think they’re valuable experience
Are there any benefits, do you think?
I tried to do an internship at a place.. said I needed to be 21. I guess there are benefits, like experience but then, the company has free help
Did you do and internship I did and I loved it
I did several in college and law school
Did you have one in college?
But maybe it's cause I'm in uk