Fast Company’s Anya Kamenetz has written a short profile of [E]nstitute, a new apprenticeship program designed to link talented young workers with limited experience with start-ups that are reluctant to hire untested workers yet willing to show them the ropes. [E]nstitute offers a stipend to its young apprentices, yet it can be understood as an innovative effort to work around strenuous labor market regulations that are increasingly pricing young workers out of entry-level employment. 

Reihan Salam — Reihan Salam is executive editor of National Review and a National Review Institute policy fellow.

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