There are many benefits to starting off your career with an internship. Earlier this year, global research firm Universum asked 65,679 undergraduate U.S. students what they would most like to get from an internship. The top three answers were:
It is important to know what you are looking for — the type of company and the type of position you are trying to land. Career experts at University of California in Santa Barbara suggest four main things to consider in your search for a good internship:
The U.S. Department of Labor issued six criteria for unpaid internships under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Evaluate your unpaid internship opportunity based on the criteria below and decide whether it’s a fair arrangement between you and your company of choice:
Sure, you spend a lot of time on Facebook and Twitter, but how about interning for them! According to jobs and career website Glassdoor, these two companies along with a few others are willing to pay their interns as much as a regular salary. Below are some of the top paying companies for interns in the U.S. (the numbers represent average monthly base pay):
Palantir Technologies — $7,012
VMWare — $6,966
Twitter — $6,791
LinkedIn — $6, 230
Facebook — $6,213
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Really enjoyed reading this. I’m really hoping to get some kind of internship for over the summer. Thanks for the tips and resources!
I love this idea, but i only have one worry. I’m 12 years old and i probably won’t get an internship. i need one that pays because i need the money for a school trip by next summer. help me out please.
i need a jods
you mean you need a job?
i 16 years old i go to reading high school im looking for a jods to work to 3:20pm to 9pm or 10pm manday to friday and 10am to 9pm to sunday to saturday