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Ferris State College / Marketable Skills #476775

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 20, 1974
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(Studio) Many persons now go to college to use hands instead of heads.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Big Rapids, Michigan) Survey reveals most jobs in next decade won't require college degree, but some formal training needed. Ferris State College offers vocational training. [Ferris State College president Dr. Robert EWIGLEBEN - says college prepares people for work.] Automotive technology is popular area of concentration. Construction and aviation technology also offered. [Student Larry BURKE - discusses disadvantages of finding job in major field after attending 4 year liberal arts college. Forced to take insignificant jobs just to get by.] Many educators upset by Ferris State College.

Davis, Lou;
Newman, Edwin

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