What Is the Difference Between an Intern & an Extern?

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Internship is a system in which a person does on-the-job training for a professional career. Externship is a learning opportunity, commonly given to college students, to get a short experience in a field of study. The key difference between an internship and an externship is that an externship is a much shorter term.
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