How Millennials Feel About Unpaid Internships

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WASHINGTON, DC - July 25: Jackets hang over windows as Nick Reck talks to other interns in the 'intern room' at the Russell Senate Office Building. He receives a grant from the College of William & Mary to pay part of his expenses. Administrators have begun to address the financial burden many students have to take on when they accept an internship, especially an unpaid one. (Photo by Dayna Smith/for the Washington Post) | The Washington Post via Getty Images WASHINGTON, DC – July 25: Jackets hang over windows as Nick Reck talks to other interns in the ‘intern room’ at the Russell Senate Office Building. He receives a grant from the College of William & Mary to pay part of his expenses. Administrators have begun to address the financial burden many students have to take on when they accept an internship, especially an unpaid one. (Photo by Dayna Smith/for the Washington Post) | The Washington Post via Getty Images

A resounding majority of millennials object to the use of unpaid internships, a poll by OurTime.org finds

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