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Do you feel employers who offer unpaid internships take unfair advantage of students’ knowledge and skills? Under what circumstances might it be a good idea to take an unpaid internship? When might it not be a good idea?
Assume that, in an interview for the job you want, you are asked one of the questions listed in the text on page 344, under the heading “Anticipating Questions and Preparing Answers” in the text. Pick one of these questions and post how you would answer it. (question: What are your strengths and weaknesses? Why should I hire you?)
I feel like employers can sometimes take advantage of interns whether paid or unpaid. I have had multiple internships where I felt as if I am doing the work no one else wanted to do. I think as a manager, you shouldn’t give anyone the work if you are not willing to do it yourself. I also think employees don’t take enough advantage of students’ skills and knowledge. They can sometimes think because we have no experience, we won’t know what to do. I do also think internships can serve as a great reference and there is potential to learn a lot. I personally would only take an unpaid internship opportunity if I was receiving class credit. Other than that, I think it would have to be an opportunity with a well-known company offering a potential job in the future if they were not paying me as an intern.
Requirement: I need two totally different short answers for each question (Total 6 answers)
no words limit