Students: The Affluent Class of '67

When the last protest sign has been waggled and the final exam answer scribbled, what lies ahead for this year's male college graduates? Either the draft, graduate school — or the fattest starting salaries business has ever offered.

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corporations by Frank S. Endicott, di rector of placement at Northwestern University, shows that members of the class of '67 who are not headed for military service will be able to com mand an average of nearly $30 more per month than did last year's graduates. As usual, the corporate demand will be greatest for accountants...

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