The Inbetweeners: The New Role Of Internships In The Graduate Labour Market

The decline in the proportion of graduates entering high-skilled work has led to a rise in internships, offering interns experience in the workplace and employers a cheap form of labour. This IPPR report addresses the problems this is creating in the labour market, and puts forward policies to prevent internships becoming a barrier - rather than an aid - to social mobility. Leadership Briefing 11.09(129)

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