Golden Days

That old June-time worry—a job—need not bother the Class of '47. So said the Wall Street Journal last week. After a quick look around, the Journal decided that the U.S. is full of jobs for this spring's 185,000 graduating collegians:

To engineers, chemists and physicists will go the biggest money and the widest choices. Big corporations like General Motors have been shopping for months among the best U.S. technical schools. At Massachusetts Institute of Technology, each of the 548 seniors can turn down two jobs for the one he picks; the 49 prospective Ph.D.'s have 25 offers apiece. Average...

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