Unpaid internships damage graduate pay prospects

  A study by Essex University has found that those choosing NOT to undertake an unpaid internship and go straight into employment after graduation are more likely to earn more in the long term. The findings of the first survey of its kind concludes that almost every graduate completing an unpaid internship will be worse off than...

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

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