Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Scalzi and the Interns

John Scalzi is absolutely right -- defined, as usual for me, as "says exactly what I would have said, to a larger audience, in better words" -- writing about interns earlier today.

I've thought, more than once, that there's no chance I could get a job in publishing these days if I was starting out -- I needed to have real jobs every one of my college summers, to pay for college, and couldn't afford to waste valuable earning time being an unpaid office grunt. And that seems to be the only path in these days. Looks like publishing isn't the only industry with that problem; it's a pity.

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