Define “volunteer work”. Now define “unpaid work”. Sad but true, today’s graduates of psychology face the harsh reality of having to commit to proper graduate jobs that are not paid on a full-time basis, just to achieve their dream career. The problem is, there is only a fine line that separates between providing work experience for fresh graduates and exploiting the ever-increasingly competitive graduate job market. Join Laura Rai in today’s post on JEPS Bulletin, as she explores the unpaid psychology job scene in the UK and its effects on the future of psychology as a scientific discipline.