Education: Jobs

Smith seniors in shorts, Princeton seniors in beer suits, Dartmouth seniors with canes, Wellesley seniors with hoops, and thousands of other U.S. college seniors were last week trying to worry about two things at once. Most immediate worry was examinations, most important worry jobs.

The class of 1935 is the rock-bottom Depression class. It has been noted for its extreme seriousness, its high grades and the number of its members who have earned their expenses. By last week it was apparent that the class of 1935, having had a harder time in college than any of its recent predecessors, would have an...

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