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    If the Job says "Web Developer Intern", is it likely to be paid or unpaid? And would it be a bad idea to ask them?

    (Original post by Jake9)
    If the Job says "Web Developer Intern", is it likely to be paid or unpaid? And would it be a bad idea to ask them?
    I think you should ask them more about the job in an email and slip that question in....I think that should totally be OK! if it isn't they are**********ers!!!!! You dont wanna work for people like that!

    Interns can be either paid or unpaid.

    So yes, it's best to ask them. You should try and word it so it doesn't sound so cheeky though.
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