Education: Job Hunters

Although unemployment is a primary U. S. problem, finding the right job is an important secondary one. There is no official U. S. agency to chart job trends and steer youth into the most promising occupations. Last year two smart, jobless young men started an unofficial agency to do it. By last week, when they finished their first year, their enterprise had grossed $100,000 and they had become leading authorities on job hunting.

When Lyle Manly Spencer and Robert Kenneth Burns were at college (University of Washington), they were a famed world-touring debating...

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