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Why are Internships beneficial for your professional career?

Internships are a gateway to the real professional world. They provide you with the experience and exposure to understand the intricacies and different aspects of the professional life. It’s more of like ‘You need experience to get experience’. The work scenario these days is super competitive, hence staying ahead in the game becomes even more critical for success in the long haul.

If you are a recent graduate or are pursuing your degree, then internships can surely help you gain quality experience in your career. Here are some of the finest benefits of Internships –

 

  • Real life experience

 

Since we just told you about how a student gets real life exposure from internships, one needs to understand ‘What to make out of  it’. The amount of exposure you will be receiving with a good firm while interning, is totally valuable. But that doesn’t set any limit on your part – If you learned about something related to ‘Publishing blogs on wordpress’, then make sure to learn about things associated with it. The more interest you show, the more interest your senior takes in teaching you new stuff – But always make sure to not go overboard. Soak in things that you can easily comprehend.

 

  • You get to know about yourself

 

Until you hop in for a real life experience, you wouldn’t know what your strengths and weaknesses are. When you work with a senior who has the bandwidth to teach you relevant things in your niche, make sure to test yourself with the tasks they assign you. See how far can you go and what changes do you need to make in order to stand out from others.

 

  • Build a professional network

 

Networking is the most important thing when it comes to internships. Establish a good relationship with people from different professional backgrounds. Sure, you can attend a networking event without doing an internship, but you would be limiting yourself. Partaking in an internship allows you to establish deeper relationships than you normally would talking to a stranger one-on-one. Being an intern gives you more opportunities to build connections with company professionals that can be very beneficial for your future career.

 

  • Your CV will no more go to trash bin

 

Ask yourself this question. Who would you hire? A 6 months experienced intern Or a fresh graduate from the university. We know the answer – Intern.

Most HRs prefer to higher people with some experience as compared to freshers. The thought goes to the fact that they have some background knowledge of the niche and perform well with increased productivity. And not to mention, if the company likes the way you work with a good amount of scalability, then you may even move to ‘full time position’.

 

Author: Rohit Kapur

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