Should you expose interns to the frustrating side of solving automation problems? Our team discusses the goals of both the intern and employer for a typical internship on this week’s podcast.
The consensus is that an internship is an opportunity for the intern to get a feel for the industry, type of work, and people at a company. For the employer, it is an extended period to evaluate problem solving skills, adaptability to the pace, and if there is a fit for the inherent stress involved in automation work.
We detail one method on quantifying this attribute. What has been your experience that makes an automation internship unique among other disciplines?