OK, you want a job. Doesn't everyone?
During an interview yesterday on New Jersey's Channel 12, I heard a great statistic: 60% of those who get internships end up parlaying that into a real, paying job.
Now, how do you get an internship? Career counselors at high schools are telling me it's tough - there just aren't enough jobs out there.
In our opinion, there are always opportunities. Now, maybe you won't get paid, but if you're willing to work, chances are someone is willing to use your skills.
Why should you go grab yourself an internship even if it's unpaid?