Tech Companies Offer Big Money to Summer Interns for In-Person Work

The Washington Times cites research Fellow Sean Higgins on the future of in-person versus remote internships:

“This may lead to internships morphing into something closer to apprenticeships, where they are direct guidance of a specific individual, a scenario that would be more compatible with working remotely,” said Sean Higgins, a research fellow at the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute.

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