CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 27, 1975
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(Studio) Job prospects for college grads down 18% this year
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Michigan State Univ.) Placement officials say 30% of grads to remain unemployed or working at lesser jobs temperature [Michigan Univ. communications major Laura ALTSCHUL - fears working in unchallenging job.] [Michigan Univ. criminal justice major Gene BUCKNER - says he's frustrated by job market Demand in technical areas down.] [Princeton French major Kathy LICHTENBERG - says she's postponing marriage date till she and fiance find jobs.] [Fiance, English major Henry REIFF - doesn't want to resort to welfare; claims he's willing to work at any job.] [Bureau Labor Statistics Neal ROSENTHAL - says jobs available, but many grads to be disillusioned.]
REPORTER: Randy Daniels
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