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February 29, 1988 - Image 58

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Avoid The 9 To 5 Routine.

It's time to graduate, and time to get a job.
A career. And you're probably still not
sure what to do with your degree. The
only thing you are sure of is that you
don't want a boring 9 to 5 desk job, a job
that becomes routine and predictable,
year after year. You want a job that's excit-
ing, an adventure.
Here's your chance. The Federal Aviation
Administration is now hiring Air Traffic
Control Specialists. Over 3,000 of them.
All you need to qualify for testing is a
degree. Any major is welcome. No avia-
tion experience or any other sort of experi-
ence is necessary. Exciting? Of course it is.
And consider the benefits: salaries to

$50,000 plus, up to 26 days vacation a
year, a special retirement plan, and you
can work anywhere in the U.S.
Discover Today's FAA
Think about it. How many other employ-
ers can offer you a position that could
never be called predictable? With no expe-
rience required? For more information,
and an application, send your name and
address on a postcard to:
Federal Aviation Administration
Dept. NWC-8788, P.O. Box 26650
Oklahoma City, OK 73126
Equal Opportunity Employer



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