Education: Hints for Hunters

For almost a decade, jobs have gone hunting for the college graduate. This spring, the class of '49 is bracing itself for less piping times; this year's graduates will have to hunt for jobs. Last week, at the University of Washington, seniors turned out 600-strong for a three-hour seminar on how to go about it.

Washington's undergraduate Management Club had spent months interviewing employers in the Seattle area, and the university employment service had collaborated in arranging the seminar. One basic conclusion about the local job market: for certain specialists, jobs will still be plentiful. Dieticians, nurses, teachers, metallurgical and ceramic engineers...

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