I’ve never had a problem landing interviews and part-time, “I’m a full-time student and I need money please help me” jobs. I’ve worked everywhere from Pandora, selling jewelry and working for incentives, to Red Lobster, bringing guests to their tables and cleaning up after them.
But let me tell you, finding an internship is not nearly as easy as landing a job at the local fast food establishment.
Perhaps one of these employers will notice my impeccable writing skills (and incredibly charming wit) and actually pull my application out of the stack of papers ready to fall off their desk.
Glassdoor, a website that allows employees to post anonymous office reviews, has released its 2015 list of the best places to intern in the U.S. Facebook leads the ranking, which is based on the highest-rated reviews of each company. Tech dominates the list more than any other sector, with 12 companies represented.
The round-up is a promotion for the site’s new Glassdoor Students, a job search resource specifically tailored to college students.
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