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DEVOIR N°1 ANGLAIS

LABOR OFFICIALS SCRUTINIZE A RISE IN UNPAID INTERNS

EXERCICE 1:

1. Right: With job openings scarce for young people, the number of unpaid internships in the United States has climbed in recent years, leading regulators to worry that more employers are illegally using such internships for free labor. The number of unpaid internships is rising quickly.

2. Right: The Labor Department says it is cracking down on companies that fail to pay interns properly and expanding efforts to educate companies, universities and students on the law regarding internships.

3. Wrong: many fear they will become known as troublemakers in their chosen field, endangering their chances with a potential employer.

4. Wrong: If you're a for-profit employer or you want to pursue an internship with a for-profit employer, there aren't going to be many circumstances where you can have an internship and not be paid and still be compliance with the law.

5. Right: While many universities are accepting more moderate-and low-income students to increase economic mobility, many students and administrators complain that the growth in unpaid internships undercuts that effort by favoring well-to-do students, the speeding their climb up the career ladder.

EXERCICE 2:

Français English

Main-d’oeuvre gratuite Free labor

Commander une enquête sur… Ordered investigations

Un cv A résumés

(Largement) répandu Widespread

Répondre, être conforme (à des normes, à des critères) In compliance

Travail non qualifié Unskilled work

Etudiants aisés Well-to-do students

Etudiants (aux revenus) plus modestes Less-affluent students

Harcèlement harassment

EXERCICE 3:

Companies that fail to pay Les entreprises qui ne rémunèrent pas…

Some interns declined to give their name Certains stagiaires ont refusé de donner leur nom

To hold/to pursue an internship Effectuer un stage

Menial work Basse besogne, travail pénible

To derive an advantage(from an intern’s activity) Tirer avantage (des activités d’un stagiaire)

To fine employers Donner une amende aux employers

The number… has climbed Le nombre… a gimpé.

To enforce a law Faire appliquer une loi

To file file complaint Porter plainte

EXERCICE 4:

Part 1

Jobs are becoming rare in the US leading young graduates to start with unpaid internships, which violate US laws concerning interns. Officials are aiming to punish employers who don’t respect the law, but it’s a difficult task cause the students do not want to come forward and testify, fearing the consequences in their career.

Part 2

The Labor department is trying to fine employers who do not respect the law, they try to make understand everybody who are involved that they are breaking the law. If they want to hire an intern, they have to be paid and the criteria that lead to unpaid internships are not fulfilled. And the criteria are scarce.

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