Transport: Air Work

Many a U. S. youth would rather fly than eat. But eat he must, so what he hopes for is a job in aviation. That aviation's 60,000 jobs may be doubled in the next five years is the encouraging outlook of 36-year-old Employment Specialist Carl Norcross Ph.D., of the New York State Department of Education, in a survey of U. S. aviation as a career* published last week. Less encouraging to every Tom, Dick and Corrigan hoping to zoom into aviation is Dr. Norcross' warning that only the well-schooled, physically and mentally superior...

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