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Mars Wrigley has got the best way to compensate its interns.

Not only will the internship be paid, but Mars Wrigley is promising all who complete the program a year's worth of free candy.


The "World's Sweetest Internship," which runs 8-12 weeks, includes responsibilities such as:


The internship's signing bonus includes a year's supply of candy.

Sign us up please!

Mars makes all of your favorite candies, including, according to People: "M&M'S, Skittles, Lifesavers, Dove, Starburst, Snickers, Juicy Fruit, Hubba Bubba and more."







New interns are starting and the smiles on their faces were unmistakable.

Was it from all the free chocolate?






If you're looking to apply, check out the internship website.

Mars Wrigley candies are sold in 180 countries around the world, so, you could think of this internship---and your entire year's worth of treats--as touching culture across the globe.

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