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College Educations / Graduate Prospects #282706

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 18, 1982
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(Studio) Item with regard to prospects for college graduates introd.

(Northridge, California) 1955 University of South California scenes shown. Dim prospects for present students noted. [Student Keely McCORMICK - can't ever buy house.] [Counseling Center Director Stan SINGER - says students not optimistic.] Emotionally disturbed students at California State Univ. (Northridge) noted. [Counselor Michael SILVERMAN - notes high per cent of suicidal students.] Courses in saleable skills said now more popular than liberal arts. [Bus. major Susan DAHL - notes practicality of major.] [Bus. major Dave McNETT - wants to make money.] Trend said called "downward mobility."
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Petersen, Barry

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