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Young Says Job Demand Leads Supply

18 per cent. However, cancella-
tions also rose from 32-57, mainly
because of a lack of candidates,
Prof. Young noted.
Salaries Rise
Salary offers accepted by en-
gineers were up about five per
cent at all degree levels. This in-
creased percentage was about the
same as for the fall season last
year.
"Companies are putting more
effort into placing people in the
right jobs. They are spending more
time on training programs and
supervision," he said.
The average pay offers and in-
creased recruiting activity were
closely predicted in surveys by the
College Placement Council and
Northwestern University.

The Northwestern University
survey also predicted that com-
panies will need 27 per cent more
graduates with bachelor's degrees
and 55 per cent more graduates
with master's degrees in 1963 than
in 1962.
Average salary offers for grad-
uates with bachelor's degrees rose
from $568 for fall, 1961, to $595
for fall, 1962.
During the same period, offers
rose from $668 to $700 for stu-
dents with master's degrees and
from $903 to $950 for those with
doctorates.

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Gilbert and Sullivan Society
MASS MEETING
for
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SUNDAY
Feb. 10
7:30 P.M;

MICHIGAN
UNION
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in tne woria." Many ofers also come from
Dean Jamrich added that he was electrical manufacturing a n d Petitioning opens
iot trying to exclude the "utility chemical companies.
and feasibility of smaller research Firms seeking University en- For Judie Council
parks being established in the gineering graduates have schedul-
immediate vicinity of each of the ed 104 visits for next year, as com- Petitioning for Joint Judiciary
universities." pared to 72 at this time last year, Council will be open through Tues-
One such park, covering 250 Prof. Young noted. day, Feb. 12. Any student interest-
acres, is being run by the city of Last fall, there were 350 such ed may obtain a petition from
Ann Arbor., recruiting visits, an increase of Rm. 1011, SAB.
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burgh, Pa.-Openings on staff for ap- Des., Prod.
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Martha Cook Building is receiving ap- Must not be adverse to extensive trav- Astro., EE & ME. BS-MS: EM. BS: E
plications for Sept. 1963. Present Soph- ei. Physics. Men & Women. R. & D.
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"Spring--1963" was issued to all sti- counselors on Feb. 12 & 13 in the Sum- poster on Placement Bulletin Board).
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