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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,

Wednesday, June 1, 1977

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 1, 1977

Employment up23 per
o o L 's 0 cent for Classo. f 1977

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college gradu ates can expect a
23 per cent increase in jobs over
those available for the Class of
1976, a national job market sur-
vey showed Tuesday.
The 31st annual Endicott Re-
port also predicts hiring will be
up 17 per cent for graduates
with master's degrees.
FIGURES FOR both master's
and bachelor degree students
represented increases over pro-
jections made from a Novem-
ber 1976 poll of employers by
Frank Endicott, retired director
of placement for Northwestern
University. In that poll, 215 of
the nation's largest firms esti-
mated they would hire 16 per
cent more graduates in both
categories. -
The survey for June gradu-
ates shows that 42 per cent of
the firms will hire more gradu-
ates than they predicted in No-
vember.
"This good news is a direct
correlation with the general im-
provement in business trends for
these companies," Endicott said.
HE NOTED that 49 per cent
of the 118 firms in the May sur-
vey said business conditions for
their companies were clearly
improved or semi-improved, 47
per cent said conditions were

per cent report business mov-
ing down.
Endicott also polled employ-
ers in May about the summer
job market for college students.
He said companies are hiring
more students than last year,
but the competition for the jobs
is extremely high.
The firms received an aver-
age of five applications for each
summer job available.
"THE TREND is the up
side," Endicott said. "But there
is not a great surge to hire col-
lege students in the summer."
He said many students were
looking for summer jobs "be-
cause of the increasing cost of
education."
Victor Linquist, current direc-
tor of the placement center at
Northwestern University, said
his own experience was in line
with Endicott's survey.
LINQUIST reported that em-
ployers were making more of-
fers at higher salaries than in
the previous four years.
"The economic upturn is in-
fluencing blue-chip employers
who have already been on cam-
pus more than once to now call
back to see if N.U. has any
graduates available," Linquist
said.

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ANN AIUCI FILM CC-C
Wednesday, June 1
THE STORY OF ADELE H.
(Francois Truffaut, 1975) 7 & 9-AUD. A
Francois Truffaut attains the pinnacle of his cinematic matura-
tion in this true story of Adele Huo, the daughter of Victor
Hugo, and her unrequited but unrelentinq love for a British
lieutenant-an unrestrained passion of immoderateness, self-
preoccupation and inclination toward destruction. "It is Truf-
faut's most passionate work . . . Adele is a riveting,q reat
character. No one before Truffaut has ever reacted a woman's
ripplinq romantic fixation with such understanding, black humor
and fullness."-Pauline Kael. With Isabelle Adiani. In French,
subtitled.
REMEMBER, every Wednesday night is French Film
night in Auditorium A, Angell Hall this summer.

22:30
3:00
6:30
9;00

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WINNER OF /Including
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AWARDS In 1973
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