NEW YORK (CBS NEWS) - Traditionally, internships are a potential pathway to an entry-level job. But according to a new study by Millennial Branding and Experience Inc., over two-thirds of 225 employers surveyed hired 30 percent or fewer interns to assume permanent gigs. In addition, 91 percent of those same employers think that students should have at least one internship in order to be considered for post-graduation jobs.
The good news? Internships are plentiful. According to job-search website Indeed.com, internship listings were higher in April than in any other month in history. For job-seekers, the key is turning one of these opportunities into a full-time position.
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