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Before You Retire, Consider an Internship

My, how times have NOT changed! For those of us who have been out of college for 20+ years, this may take some reflection, but do you remember how you felt about your first college internship? The interesting thing is, those nearing the end of their careers may be experiencing those same feelings all over again, and listening to them could lead to a revelation about the kind of life they might

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