Education: Job Hunt

Not since the Coolidge era have June graduates found jobs as plentiful as have this year's. Reported Chicago's Graduate Placement Bureau, 92% placed, average monthly salary $115. Yale: 45% placed, salary $120. Princeton, "anyone who wanted to land a job could do so." Harvard, "being hired 15% ahead of 1936." Columbia, "1937 will join 1936 and 1930 as peak years." Stanford, "50% increase in placements, salaries $105." U. S. Steel took 594 from 91 colleges, American Telephone & Telegraph 300, General Electric 700, Goodyear Tire and Firestone no each.


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