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Salient’s 1968 Careers Supplement

Ground-floor opportunities with a growing organisation

Ground-floor opportunities with a growing organisation

The computer age has come to New Zealand, Increasing efficiency, opening up broader avenues of research—and providing big new employment opportunities for university-trained people.

IBM, always in the forefront of world-wide data processing developments, leads the field here also. A staff which has trebled during the past five to six years is still growing rapidly to handle spectacular increases in the variety and volume of data processing applications.

As in all challenging work, there are high rewards for the right sort of person. IBM offers attractive salaries and fringe benefits, and advancement prospects are of the first order. There is wide scope for continuing in-company education and training, both in New Zealand and overseas.

University graduates are employed as marketing representatives, systems advisers, programmers, or instructors in the company's Education Division.

A degree in commerce, engineering, science, arts or law, an analytical, enquiring mind, and the ability to work with others as members of a team are among the qualifications required.

For further information or an interview appointment, please telephone or write to :

Mr. R. H. Borland,

Personnel Manager,

IBM World Trade Corporation,

UDC Building,

The Terrace,


Phone 42-020 P.O. Box 2557