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    Default Doubt about "Trainee" "Intern" "Young Professional" ...

    Hi All,

    I want to apply for a job position and one of the "professional background" fields to be filled out is type of position I have worked.
    I've worked as Intern (here in Brazil you can only do a internship while you are studying at a university, otherwise you have to be hired as a trainee or as regular employee).

    Anyway, the only options I've got is:
    Apprentice
    Scolarship Holder
    Trainee
    Young Professional

    Which one should I choose?

    Is there any difference between Trainee and Intern for a native speaker or is basically the same thing?

    Cheers

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    Default Re: Doubt about "Trainee" "Intern" "Young Professional" ...

    Quote Originally Posted by claudiocrs View Post
    Hi All,

    I want to apply for a job position and one of the "professional background" fields to be filled out is type of position I have worked.
    I've worked as Intern (here in Brazil you can only do a internship while you are studying at a university, otherwise you have to be hired as a trainee or as regular employee).

    Anyway, the only options I've got is:
    Apprentice
    Scolarship Holder
    Trainee
    Young Professional

    Which one should I choose?

    Is there any difference between Trainee and Intern for a native speaker or is basically the same thing?

    Cheers
    It's trainee, it's the same, more or less, as intern.

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