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Do You Believe Unpaid Internships Are Unethical?

  • No, if these kids can’t afford to live for months at a time in a major metropolitan city without a salary, then they don’t seem like the type of people that deserve the good jobs.
  • Yes, I’m appalled at these companies unless they end up hiring me.
  • No way. Interns are handsomely compensated with oxygen and chairs.
  • Of course not. The best way to see if someone is truly qualified and well-suited for a job is to see how well he or she can do mindless busy work without complaint.
  • There’s no way we’re paying Nate for the crap he does.
  • It’s fine, as long as the interns don’t walk away with the sense they are owed, or have accomplished, anything.
  • Yes, but who am I to pay people who work for me?