Tue 27 May 2008, The Guardian

The art of work experience

By Harriet Swain
Here is the difference between work and work experience: work means moaning about the boss, drinking tea, and helping yourself from the stationery cupboard - all while getting paid. Work experience means being enthusiastic, diligent and full of ideas, while not receiving a penny. The whole point of work experience, though, is that it leads to work, and access to all the above benefits.
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