Great Moments in Intern History

They raised the bar for screwing up jobs they weren’t being paid to do

“Free” labor isn’t always free. Fully half of U.S. internships result in full-time hires, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers. The losing half includes bad apples whose “free” work sometimes entails unexpected costs. Herewith, a remembrance of interns whose screw-ups were recalled long after the summer ended.

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