Besides classifying my entire argument as “specious,” do you have any argument to refute my points besides “it’s complicated”? I thought I adequately addressed the “exploitation” arguments, but is there a point you need further clarification on?
Just like anything in life (except for death and taxes), unpaid internships are optional.
I appreciate your response. I don’t think a dream is necessarily something you’ve lived either, but it’s the trifecta—header, subhead, main photo—that makes the whole thing misleading.
Headlines can be provocative and still be accurate. Subheads shouldn’t suggest what a reader maybe shouldn’t do based on someone processing…
To The Bold Italic Editors: The italic must be bold to publish a piece of rubbish like this. I mean, seriously? The author of this piece is waking up from a #vanlife dream he never had? The headline, subhead, and feature photo are deceptive. They don’t line up with this story and it’s unfair to your audience.