Education: Jobs

From a questionnaire to leading men's and women's colleges, it was evident last week that the 1931 graduate is having an exceedingly difficult time finding a job.

Fewer corporations than in previous springs have sent scouts to the colleges and universities.

The demand for college-trained men to sell things on commission (insurance, etc.) is still great. These, of course, are the least attractive jobs.

Calls for teachers have fallen off, except for teachers of Science and Mathematics in secondary schools. And for such teaching there is a dearth of adequately trained applicants. The same inadequacy of trained personnel applies to headships of private girls'...

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