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Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 33 No. 12. 5 August 1970

Job Hunting

Job Hunting

Many young graduates are uncertain of exactly which firm or organisation they would like to join or even what area of work interests them. If you are one of these uncertain ones, be prepared to talk to several employers. Many now visit the university annually and are happy to talk over the prospects in their firm with individual students. Several employers will be visiting the University's Careers Advisory Board during the third term. You can book an appointment by ringing the Board's office. If you haven't already discussed your career with the Secretary of the Careers Advisory Board at 6 Kelburn Parade, book an appointment to see the Secretary, Mr Peter Romanovsky, sometime in the third term. He will help you appraise the opportunities open to you and tell you something of the state of the employment market in the areas that interest you. The Careers Advisory Board Secretary is happy to see students at any stage of their university studies to discuss career opportunities and the courses that they are studying at University.

Naked dancing cartoon

"Business is up 1.37 percent this quarter, and you ask why we're dancing?"