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Minimum wage for interns calls university rectors on the plan

Students_UNThe planned by the federal government minimum wage, which would also apply to many interns, now the German Rectors’ Conference calls (HRK) on the plan. The Bureau wants to deal at its next meeting on 23 June with the theme, as a spokesman for the “world” (Tuesday) said. According to the newspaper the proposed regulations in the HRK be “regarded as a problem.” At the meeting was to discuss how universities can design their humanities courses so that more internships are integrated. Unlike in study programs with technical orientation are mandatory internships rather rare in this area.
According to the plans of Secretary of Labor Andrea Nahles (SPD) are also voluntary internships that last longer than six weeks are paid at least 8.50 euros per hour. Only internships that are officially part of an education or training course, according to the bill not covered by the minimum wage regulation. Critics fear that the company will stop under these circumstances rarely interns.
The German Rectors’ Conference is an association of state and state-recognized universities and colleges in Germany. (Reuters)

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