There are plenty of ways students can get real-world experience that can bolster their chances of landing a job.
Another fallout from the coronavirus: the college internship. Many students (including my son) had their summer job plans canceled due to the work-from-home transition, state lockdowns, and the economy. A survey from the talent acquisition platform Yello found that 64% of the employers who canceled internships offered no compensation. Seventy percent of students were disappointed but understanding of the situation, while 26% say they’re upset.
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