Is there a general compensation guideline to consider for hiring of summer interns. For those not graduating this year, is there a compensation range that's practical for marketing and general analysts from good universities?

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I recently graduated from college and when I was interning after my junior year I received $10/hr. from a large corporation. That was standard (if not higher!) compared to other offers I'd received. They had a restriction on how many hours I worked, only 37.5/week. I think there was some issue with full-time status and receiving overtime pay. Good things to consider are if you're interested in hiring them after graduation, duration of internship, work they'd be doing with the company, etc. - how much of an investment are you willing to make in them? (and what for ROI?)

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