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thank you, sassafras.

residency rules apply to new hires, not to people who were already employed by the state at the time the rule was passed. there are also exemptions available for new hires, but i don't know the basis for how exemptions are granted.
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thank you, sassafras.

residency rules apply to new hires, not to people who were already employed by the state at the time the rule was passed. there are also exemptions available for new hires, but i don't know the basis for how exemptions are granted.
Thanks. My son-in-law just started a state job and he thought he had to be NJ resident. It makes my daughter's commute much longer so I was hoping for an easy fix.
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even though i cant apply, i still appreciate u for helping us younglings.
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Shh. You'll start a trend.
There's nothing to start... paying to have an internship is already a thing.
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Mein Gott. Where? I've never heard of this.
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So that's your best offer?

Sounds more like a negotiation side.
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Does the intern get to be in charge of which bridge gets lanes closed?
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Mein Gott. Where? I've never heard of this.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/09/bu...tern.html?_r=0. TL;DR there are services that charge obscene amounts of money to find kids internships that aren't even necessarily paid.

I've also anecdotally heard people talk about affluent parents paying businesses somehow to have their kid as an intern. This was mainly from my dental hygienist in the suburbs of NYC.
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http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/09/bu...tern.html?_r=0. TL;DR there are services that charge obscene amounts of money to find kids internships that aren't even necessarily paid.

I've also anecdotally heard people talk about affluent parents paying businesses somehow to have their kid as an intern. This was mainly from my dental hygienist in the suburbs of NYC.
i had no idea that such a thing exist. thanks for sharing.
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