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Young workers back at square one

Locked out of tight labor market, some turn to internships

Jeff Remis, a 2007 Tufts graduate, took a job as an intern with the Museum of Science after he was laid off from an area software company. Jeff Remis, a 2007 Tufts graduate, took a job as an intern with the Museum of Science after he was laid off from an area software company. (Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe)
By Sean P. Teehan
Globe Correspondent / August 30, 2009

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When Emma Murphy landed her first job after college last year, she thought she was done with internships. A year later, she’s on her third. (Full article: 959 words)

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