Paying to work: Australian startup offers “learning platform of the future”

[1] As the number of graduates rise up in a shrinking labor market, an Australian startup has developed program where participants pay $1,500 in exchange for working at an ASX-listed corporation.

[2] Paper Plane doesn’t offer an an internship program, but provides a learning platform that combines life coaching, digital workshops with experts, and an actual job for the partner company.

[3] The first two partner companies are shopping center operator Scentre Group Westfield,  and digital publisher, Foyster Media.

[Source] Australian Information Technology News – Paying to work: Australian start-up offers “learning platform of the future”