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I am going to grad school full time (no job) to get my masters after having graduated a number of years back. I applied recently for an internship that a company was advertising in the hope that the reason they were looking for an intern was because they had problems finding someone with experience and maybe they would be interested hiring me full time. Anyways, today I got a call back from them and I am now having second thoughts about the whole thing. I don't have anything else lined up for the summer but I am afraid they are just looking for really cheap labor and the work isn't going to be anything I am going to learn much from. This isn't based on anything but it is just a feeling I am getting. Should I just take it and not think to hard about it? The company does do things I would be interested in getting involved in.
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