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Growing up poor, the world tends to ticket your dreams like a traffic warden, leaving you an endless warning to just slow down. And this is why we must sing, from rooftops and tower blocks, the importance of being creative especially as a kid living in a financially unstable home.
I’ve worked with a lot of students who didn’t do any internships or work any jobs while in college and then get into the working world and due to the competitive nature of entry level jobs they don’t have enough experience for entry level jobs, which are usually looking for 1-3 years of internship experience (although the mileage may vary depending on the specialized nature of the job so I’ll speak generally.)
You landed an internship, great! While right now, you probably expect to have projects, research, and tasks to keep you busy all summer, this probably won’t be the case. There will be a lot of down time that some interns may spend on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest, but before you waste your time and your boss’s, do these ten things that are actually work related and productive (always remember to ask your boss for a job before doing something on your own!)