How internships are replacing entry-level jobs

Internships are booming, with more than 62 percent of 2017 U.S. college graduates reporting doing one at some point, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, compared to about 50 percent in 2008 and 17 percent in 1992. Those numbers are quite staggering, especially when most internships are unpaid. Although the number of paid internships is increasing, they are essentially taking the place of entry-level jobs