Too old to intern? No way
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Author(s): Boesveld, S.
Resource: The Globe and Mail
Thanks to an insecure economy and an indecisive generation of folks swapping careers like baseball cards, 35-year-old interns are no longer freaks in the workplace.
Some employers even seek out the 30-plus, preferring maturity and experience to the stereotypical gum-chomping 20-year-old interns who tend to dress inappropriately and show up late for work, says Catherine Connelly, assistant professor of organizational behaviour at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont.Go to article View all resources
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