Is it rude to ask an internship interviewer how likely the position will lead to a job?

I don t want to be rude but looking at several different companies I find myself wondering which ones I m more likely to get a job at. I ve heard some companies just look at interns as cheap or free labor. I ve interned 2 years ago and was offered a job but declined because it would prevent me from finishing school

I don t want to be rude but looking at several different companies I find myself wondering which ones I m more likely to get a job at. I ve heard some companies just look at interns as cheap or free labor. I ve interned 2 years ago and was offered a job but declined because it would prevent me from finishing school and then I would just be stuck there with no options. Now I m graduating and really want to make sure they re at least considering me for full time, but don t know how to find out.

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Lexi Stone:
It is not rude to ask intelligent forward-thinking questions like that. However, they will not guarantee work after the internship. They may give a reasonable estimate or even better, a ration of previous interns they have hired.
Judy:
Not rude – it's a fair question. Would be good though to say something like "If I do well as an intern, how likely…"
rose:
No
Bob:
nope not at all
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