I suppose if an employer had integrity, thus seeing the exchange of free labor
for valuable insight into the dynamics of the organization, then an unpaid
internship would be valuable. On the otherhand, if one does menial work for a
no-benefit possibility of 98 percent (see the article), then one is being a
An unpaid internship being a bad thing?Are you kidding me??No way that's a bad thing! Even an unpaid internship gives one
experience and experience spells "g-e-t y-o-u-r f-o-o-t i-n t-h-e d-o-o-r".In the business
world, experience, and integrity, are everything.
Good question. Paid.
The fact that this article was written by an intern begs the question -- are
interns at the DNews paid or unpaid?