Education: Jobs

Ohio State University last week issued an employment survey of the 1,400 students who will be graduated in June. Because Ohio is an average State and the university a land grant institution (as opposed to a rich, private college), the following forecasts might be taken as typical of the U. S.:

If you expect to gain a Ph. D. degree you have the best chance of any at a job. But Ph. D.'s go into highly specialized work.

Schools of Commerce and Administration expect a "fair" percentage of students to get employment. About half of...

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