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Why are internships important for the future careers of today's students?

In the 21st century, the companies have developed a lot, so now people face new challenges while applying for the jobs. Their social media profiles are checked and some other digital checks might occur. However, it is hard to find out about the workers' abilities like this. Still, some people like to do everything the old-fashioned way. That is where your previous internship might help you get the job you want.

So, how does an internship work?
Putting it simply, an internship is an opportunity from an employee for workers to learn how to do some types of work. An intern, or a person who is being taught, will most likely be offered a job at the lower level of the company. They might be hired part-time during the studying period and full-time during the holidays. However, that is an awesome chance to find out more about your future job and learn some new skills that you will be using in the future. An average intern is a student aged between 18 to 24 or an older person who have just changed ones job. So, the main idea behind the internship is not the employment itself and how much you will make during that time, but about what you learn during the course. Therefore, prioritize everything carefully to get an internship at a place where you will be taught, not where you will get richer.

Why internships are important?
There are many reasons why one should become an intern. Probably the most popular reason for that is the fact that while being a zero in the field of practice, you are getting a huge amount of valuable experience while getting paid at the same time. Of course, you will need to work twice as hard. The reason behind that is the fact that you are almost in a school where you learn how to do stuff, so you will have to study hard too.

The other reason for getting an internship is the fact that you get higher chances of being employed by the best firm in this field in your region. That will, for sure, happen only if you succeed at your job, but anyway, that is a way to tell the world about yourself, get a reputation of a worker with the basic knowledge of your job. The great part of internships is the fact that the company to host an intern pretty often hires that person. Therefore, make sure to become friends with the other workers around you. Who knows, maybe, after a couple months of being an intern you will become a full-time worker, and you will need to work alongside those people for many years.

Just like at any job, you might be able to make some money. Why you ‘might’ make some money? That is because in the rare cases some firms are breaking the laws when not paying their interns. Anybody working has to get paid at least at the level of minimum wage. Still, no reason to be scared, these cases happen too rare, and you have to remember that you come to an internship not for money, but for the valuable experience and knowledge.

And a little surprising fact is that by going on an internship you are finding out more and more things about yourself and your personality. During your time studying you will have enough time to think if the job you are doing fits you at all. Or, for example, you might be doing something wrong. That is where you will find out how to spend less time on a task while doing it with the same quality etc. So, do not miss on a chance like this.

Do you need an internship to get a job?
That is a question that many students ask. That is also one of the main reasons they decide not to do the internship. The thing people tend to forget is the fact that by going to an internship you simply get a couple months of working experience. And you can imagine a situation where a boss needs to choose between a student without any working experience and a student that has worked on a similar work in the past and has good references from a previous employer. The other thing is that the position where you are in an internship has a high chance of becoming your next job. Therefore, by missing the chance to become an intern you are also missing a chance to get a job.

So, in the end, is there a sense to go for an internship?
For sure, there is a lot of sense in going on an internship. Especially, if you have a weak CV, this will save your application from sinking down among the other potential employees. The comments of your ex-boss along with a nice resume will get you a high-paid job fast. But even if you get nice comments about your work, the resume might be a trouble. However, with some help of a paper writing service or other tools, your CV will look brilliant. So, there is a lot of sense to just spend a couple months on learning something new and making your existing abilities better. Afterward, you will be able to make way more money for the same amount of time. Generally, just go ahead and do it.

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