The JobBridge scheme was well-intentioned. The use of it, by many companies, has been exemplary. Many interns have had a positive experience and have used it to find work either with their host organisation, or elsewhere. It has shown that there is value to a state-backed national internship. But it should be dismantled and thrown away.
Why this seemingly oxymoronic approach? The reasons are contained within the pages of this paper. There have been hundreds...
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