Millennials call for companies to ‘step up’ and improve summer internship schemes

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According to new research[i] developed by Lloyds Banking Group’s social mobility programme, Lloyds Scholars, 18-30 year olds said they spent the majority of their internship printing (53%) and photocopying documents (52%), making tea/ picking up lunch (33%) and cold calling (18%) rather than tackling tasks that would enhance their development.

Posted inNews archiveon24 Aug 2017 Eight out of ten (83%) 18-30 year olds believe their summer internship were more useful to the company they were employed by, than it was to them Most spent their time printing (53%) photocopying documents (52%), making tea/ picking up lunch (33%) and

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