The latest reforms made by the Ministry of Labor to the Law of Internships have had a positive impact on both enterprises and the prospects of college students. In accordance with the law, internships must be recognized as work experience and the intern, in addition to being affiliated to the Social Security, they will be paid a monthly stipend equivalent to not less than one-third of the basic salary ($ 375).
Another of the changes was about the minimum percentages of inclusion. Companies that employ more than 100 people are obliged to hire interns, no less than 4% of the total number of their workers. The first two years, the link will be 2%; the third year, 3%; and in the fourth year it should be 4%. (I)