I get what O’Neill is saying here, but internships aren’t unfair to the interns as much as they are unfair to the people who can’t afford to do internships.
Google wants to help people find work. It’s unlikely, but I could see something like this solving a whole lot of problems.
Walter Vaninini wishes we’d stop saying coding is fun. It can be! But he’s right, that it’s not something that should really be sold as such.
The notion that managers’ overestimate how long these will take is simply astonishing to me. Naturally, it matters when they’re pondering hourly wage or salary.
Adam Ozimek is skeptical of everybody works programs. Some of them are just kinks to be worked out, but if you’re all hot-and-bothered about the government supplementing the minimum wage and the incentives that produces, this could be a nightmare for you.
I keep reading articles like this, and but also articles that gigging isn’t much more common than it used to it, if at all. Even so, tying so much to the employers’ doorstep may not be the way to go.
A floating hotel that’s giving long-term unemployed valuable employment experience.