• Okarin

    in today’s society the mass only cares about those who have the money to give em p.r. attention

  • Okarin

    in today’s society the mass only cares about those who have the money to give em p.r. attention

  • Pb

    Another bullshit story from Majestic

  • Pb

    Another bullshit story from Majestic

  • Anonymous

    Wasn’t Mila Kunis in that movie? I’d have interned just to hit on her with clumsy pick up lines.

  • Redacted

    Wasn’t Mila Kunis in that movie? I’d have interned just to hit on her with clumsy pick up lines.

  • SCHMN

    who gives a fuck. dont post this shit, majestic

  • SCHMN

    who gives a fuck. dont post this shit, majestic

  • rus_r_us

    isn’t that what interns do, ffs?

  • rus_r_us

    isn’t that what interns do, ffs?

  • Butter Knife

    I was under the impression that film and theater (actually entertainment in  general) had some of the strongest and most all-encompassing unions outside of public education. I’m actually surprised that they were allowed to have unpaid interns make coffee at all.

  • Butter Knife

    I was under the impression that film and theater (actually entertainment in  general) had some of the strongest and most all-encompassing unions outside of public education. I’m actually surprised that they were allowed to have unpaid interns make coffee at all.

  • Haystack

    Not everyone can afford to work for free for months or even years in order to break into a profession. Interns should be paid for the simple reason that everyone, regardless of their economic background, deserves a shot. 

    • SF2K01

      Exactly. I don’t understand how the whole concept of an internship is legal to begin with. Free labor with no pay (except supposed “experience,” conveniently unquantifiable), sounds like slavery to me.

  • Haystack

    Not everyone can afford to work for free for months or even years in order to break into a profession. Interns should be paid for the simple reason that everyone, regardless of their economic background, deserves a shot. 

  • Haystack

    Not everyone can afford to work for free for months or even years in order to break into a profession. Interns should be paid for the simple reason that everyone, regardless of their economic background, deserves a shot. 

  • dumbsaint

    I’d make Aronofsky coffee for free, I’ve still got some lingering questions about Pi.

  • Anonymous

    I’d make Aronofsky coffee for free, I’ve still got some lingering questions about Pi.

  • Anonymous

    Intern, you watch, you listen, you learn. When you work for free and are not learning, you are no longer an intern, you a gullible sexually exploitable labour.
    Want employment be pretty and accept double teaming. What are we stupid, what percentage of free interns actually get a job (excluding safe nepotistic placement who often get paid anyhow).
    The lesson from the multi billion dollar industry, greed knows no bounds or limits and in order to sexually exploit young people you must get as many as possible through the doors as cheaply as possible, keeping them desperate and hungry all of the time.

  • rtb61

    Intern, you watch, you listen, you learn. When you work for free and are not learning, you are no longer an intern, you a gullible sexually exploitable labour.
    Want employment be pretty and accept double teaming. What are we stupid, what percentage of free interns actually get a job (excluding safe nepotistic placement who often get paid anyhow).
    The lesson from the multi billion dollar industry, greed knows no bounds or limits and in order to sexually exploit young people you must get as many as possible through the doors as cheaply as possible, keeping them desperate and hungry all of the time.

  • Anonymous

    Exactly. I don’t understand how the whole concept of an internship is legal to begin with. Free labor with no pay (except supposed “experience,” conveniently unquantifiable), sounds like slavery to me.

  • RereMomo

    In France most  internships (stages) are unpaid for…

  • RereMomo

    In France most  internships (stages) are unpaid for…

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