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garli
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Exactly. If you have a skill that’s in-demand and relatively scarce, you can get paid (quite well, actually!) for an internship and it’s less about “who you know”.

If you want to work at a splashy non-profit or flagship periodical, where there is tons of prestige but the quality of work being done isn’t easily discernible, then it becomes impossible to establish meritocratic guidelines when it comes to internships and hiring.

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