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'71 Graduates /Jobs #457761

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 19, 1971
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(Studio) Class of `71 starts looking for jobs soon.

(Harvard University) Henry Adams plans career making stained glass windows; job market tight; many students not interested in conventional jobs. [Mike PABIAN - says looking for civil service job.] [Jon GORHAM - says most friends see New York City bank job as sham.] [Kelly SULLIVAN - says rather do construction work.] Film shows Harvard University graduates working at unconventional jobs. [Career counselor John FOX - says medical, legal, academic professions will reorient energies toward poor, minorities due to graduates' attitudes.] [Lee DANIELS - says college students cultivated to value non-material side of life.]
REPORTER: Ron Nessen

McGee, Frank;
Nessen, Ron

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