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To answer your question: Maybe you are not actually working and slacking around most of the time. Or maybe you are working but you think that your project ist unimportant and so your work is insignificant. To answer what I think is really your question: How can you get your manager to assing you to the bigger projects / give you some more interesting work. ...


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When I was in school I found this very confusing as well. I was a student, how on earth did companies expect me to have relevant work experience? At your level I would include anything even somewhat relevant and even some thing that aren't (for example, unrelated extracurriculars). If you work a part-time job unrelated to your field, include that. If you ...


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Work experience covers any experience you have. It could be paying jobs. This could be related to your area of interest, or unrelated. It could be volunteer positions: helping at day camp, tutoring after school.... It could be other internships. If your choice is a blank/sparse work history and adding something you are not sure you should include, then ...


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