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Getting your butt hired
-all inaday'swork
at if you had the chance to take
your dream job, but knew you
would only be pald peanuts? All
cliches about liberal arts grads living on
Ramen aside, its a very real scenario for
many graduates.
We figured that everybody has to make
sacrifices - whether that means a good
salary, interesting work, good hours or
peace of mind - to take the job they want.
This thought was in all of our minds
when we brainstormed our December U.-
Views poll question, which asked, "If you
could only have one guarantee in your
career, which would you choose?" The W
choices were: money, power, security,
challenge and helping others. And for our t
cover storytwe decided to find people r
who chose their johs for these reasons. 5
Our crack team of reporters interviewed
five graduates from across the country;
their johs ranged from teaching to politi-
cal event planning to broadcast news
reporting.-a
As we expected, the reasons they chose
their jobs weren't quite as cut-and-dried I
as the choices in our poll question. But
while no one chose his or her job for one
reason only, each had one of the above
goals foremost in mind - and each was
willing to make trade-offs to reach that
goal. So if you'd like to know the ups and
downs of earning $100,000 a year, work-
ing closely with the White House, or
teaching developmentally disabled chil-
dren, check out the story on page 10. -W
Or maybe right now you're not so much
worried about what kind of job you want oi
- you're more worried about finding a2
job, period. Then take a look at Laura
Bendix's article on page 12. We've talked
to the experts to find out exactly what it
takes to get your butt hired - and that B
includes you undergrads. Other jobfea-
tures include Rainhow Rowell's profound
insights on finding a job, U. Magazine's
johs-centric version of Harper's Index,
researched by Sally Kuzemchak, and
interviewing tips for stressed-out job seek-
ers - all on page 15.
For our In section, check out Brian
Salsberg' siClampdown," on page 23. It's
a thought-provoking look at the increas-
ing violence in TV, music, film and video
games, and why some people think it
needs to be stopped.
So read on! Put down that copy of
Tattoo Digest and give us a look. If you
aren't already thinking about finding a
joh, now's a good time to start.
Elizabeth Lee, Editor on Fellowship

G E
Wanted: More women
I find it interesting that 11 out of 12 of your quotes on
he [November U.-Views] page are from males - don't you
eceive input from women on campus? If so, why not print
0-50? If not, what's the problem? Join the 20th century!
Cathie Blackaller, senior, Southwest Texas State U.
Unfortunately, the ratio ofmale to female respondents is accu-
ately reflected in the letters and comments we print. We encour-
ge all readers to write to us on any topic. -Ed.
Improper mascots? Just one minute, man
Many people are asking what is up with this mascot thing.

COVER ILLUSTRATION: PAUL FORSYTH, MORGANTOWN, w. VA.
Well, speaking for myself as well as many other students
who attend U. Mass, we think it silly as well. People. have
many interpretations about what the Minuteman repre-
sents, but its original interpretation was not what the 40 or
so debaters claimed it stood for. The same probably holds
true for Alabama's mascot.
But, let's face it. It's only a mascot. Don't wage a war
against it. I wonder how some of these people would inter-
pret the "Fighting Irish" if they attended Notre Dame. Will
Boberg, sophomore, U. of Massachusetts 4 fo
Catching it all on the net
I am very glad that you finally got hooked up to the
Internet. It is great to provide e-mail input to the magazine.
You may want to consider publishing guides to the wonder-
ful stuff you can get on the net. The power of GOPHERS
and other data access tools are restructuring the way we get
info. Not to mention the fun things like e-mail (even to the
president!), IRC servers, netTREK and other net-based
games. Let's really push it! The more people are using it,
the more it will continue to grow. The net should be open
to all. Many communities are starting public access sites,
etc. for non-university types to gain access: El Paso, for
instance. The net is the future of information exchange.
Kevin Marvel, New Mexico State U.4-
A quickie
I just love your magazine. It's very informative, and keeps
extremely busy and distracted students, like myself, tuned in
to the world around us. Thanks! Keith Cain, sophomore,
Auburn U. 4p
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Is
What one guarantee in your Is the job market
career would you choose? b
y better or worse than
a year ago?
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one will still have a stable source of
income, so that he/she may be able to
guarantee security for his/her family."
Christopher Aguilar, U. of Arizona
"Well, power's nice and so's security,
but what good is it if you can't help
people?" Linda Cooper, junior,
New York U.

work for you as far as helping others,
providing you with a challenge, secu-
rity and the power necessary to move
ahead in your career." Mike
Robinson, senior, The Ohio State
U.
"Power without a doubt. The thrill
of crushing people underfoot and
having the ability to do so is one of
the true major motivating factors."
Roger Krishnam, freshman,
Stanford U.

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Money is the only thing I would
"Security is the only option that want guaranteed in my career, as
inherently includes a guarantee - that then you could make your money

*The U.-Views Opinion Poll is a sampling of comments from college students across the country. The toll-free number invites responses to questions posed to students each
month in the pages of U The poll is notscientific, and percentages are figured on verbal responses'received each month.
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