Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Preying on those desperate for work (Part 3)

It has been an interesting experience looking for work. Again in Part 1 I'm very specific in what I'm looking for, and willing to take the time to find that right match when ever it may come. It may seem it be awhile.

Saw this at TaxProf Blog

The Association of American Law Schools wants to employ several law students, who will “work on research and writing projects related to [the Association’s] mission of improving legal education.” In particular, students will have the opportunity to work on projects related to “the value of a U.S. legal education” and “financial aid for law students.” There’s just one catch: These are unpaid internships.

Law schools do not even value the work of their law students, apparently.

And to think I was missing something and being undervalued all this time as a stay at home mother to four children?

Part 2 here 

Some interesting ones was a bus driver for doggy daycare and being paid to be an activist in Boston.

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