Education: After College

Last week, as many a college senior sprawled on campus grass, musing on his graduation next month, the U. S. Office of Education held up a glass through which he might look at his future. It had made (with WPA's help) the first national study of how college men and women fare after graduation.* It got its answers from some 46,000 alumni, vintages 1928 to 1935, of 31 representative institutions including Boston University, New York University, University of Chicago and University of Southern California; State universities such as Vermont's and Illinois'; small institutions...

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