Most interns are well into their summer internships by now — and those who have already graduated from college are starting to wonder if the gig is going to turn into a full-time job.
Ryan Kahn, a career coach, founder of The Hired Group, star of MTV’s “Hired” and author of “How To Get Hired,” says it’s important for interns to “start looking for signs of a job offer now so that they can strategize their next move, whether it’s internally or externally.”
Here are 12 signs your internship may not result in a full-time offer — and what to do about it:
Neither of you have expressed interest in you staying
If you haven’t told your manager how much you enjoy working there — and how much you’d love to stay on as a full-time employee and continue contributing to the team — maybe it’s a sign you don’t really want to stay. Your manager will pick up on this, and probably won’t offer a job to someone who doesn’t seem interested.
If you do bring it up, but your manager doesn’t seem enthusiastic or optimistic about it, this isn’t a great sign.
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