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what the difference between intern and internship? And how to use them
Nov 17, 2017 1:44 AM
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An internship is a kind of position or job. An intern is a person who holds an internship works in that position. An internship is a job that is intended to be a mixture of both paid work and also training or education. An intern is the person who does that job. An "intern" holds an "internship." A very common use of the word is in medicine. An intern is a person who "is a doctor" in the sense of having an MD degree, but has not yet completed their clinical training and works under supervision.
November 17, 2017
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