Oh boy, have we got a gig for you, young Egyptians! Want to pass out roses to the tourists (barely) trickling back into Cairo’s museums or piece together recovered parts of looted artifacts? Criticized antiquities chief Zahi Hawass thinks it’s the “difficult” job market (not his lucrative dickishness) that’s got Egypt’s young people and archeologists demanding his resignation, so he’s promising paid internships for 1,000 students.