- May 2, 2007
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I am currently a business economics and psychology double major at UCLA looking to get a career in either business management or law. I've been pondering this question for quite some time and was wondering what experiences you guys have had regarding internships. Honestly, do they really matter. I mean it seems like EVERYONE in both of these fields is doing them. How much job experience can you really get when you're generally hidden in the back rooms filing paper or making coffee? Hypothetically, wouldn't working as a manager at a retail store look better considering you would be in charge of hiring workers and generating revenue? I feel that one could obtain bragging rights from interning at a firm but aren't there better ways to network and prove your own worth?