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WANT TO MAKE $10,000 A YEAR?
The welcome mat is out for young engineers. Here are ways you can cash in on the critical shortage.
By Harry Kursh
BY this time everybody who reads is aware of the critical shortage of technicians, engineers and scientists that exists in America today. Large corporations, government agencies and research
laboratories are engaged in a frantic search for young men with technical education or training. Fabulous inducements are being offered—with such incredible “fringe benefits” as new homes, pension plans, prepaid insurance, free medical care, etc.
Santa Clauses, Salami-Tyers and Soap-Tasters
Like to join the Brotherhood of Odd-Jobholders? Maybe some of these weird occupations aren’t difficult, but they’re certainly unique.
By E. I. Grinda
EVERY year during two weeks of October and November, men from all aver the United States gather at the most unusual school in the world—Santa Claus College. In Albion, N. Y., they study to be genial St. Nicks, sent there by department store managers who have found that their most acute problem near the end of each year is where to get a good reliable Santa Claus.
Wanted: Young Men to Earn BIG MONEY in Television
by ROBERT FRANCIS
The growing industry of television is sounding its call for young men. Here is an article which tells how you can earn $5,000 to $20,000 a year in this new field.
HORACE GREELEY was a wise and sanguine man. Long before the golden West was anything but a riot of natural beauty and a buried treasure of national wealth, he said, “Young man, go west and grow up with the country.” Those young men who heeded his words lived to learn the value of his advice.