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Monday, September 23, 1985
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301 South 68th Street
Students face better chances
for jobs now, researcher says
Toh nnnnrtiinitips look brinht for today's col
lege students, a business researcher says.
Donald E. Pursell, UNL director of the Bureau
of Business Research, said today's students will
face less competition when looking for entry
Students who entered the job market five
years ago competed with other members of the
post-World War II baby boom. All the babies grew
up, and created an influx of students who
wanted jobs, Pursell said.
However, today's students won't have nearly
as much competition because the baby boom
was before their time, he said. Because of the
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higher success rate when looking for jobs, Pur
However, in five years, college students may
encounter decreased promotional opportunities
"Baby boomers won't be that much farther
ahead in business and they'll be looking for the
same advancement opportunities," he said.
However, employment prospects for students
today look good, and the trend should continue
Pursell said. '
Mark DavisDaily Nebraskan
A tree has been planted east of Love Library in remembrance of Azfar Khan, a
UNL Pakistani student who drowed in June at Holmes Lake in Lincoln. Kahn
was a Junior and had been studying computer science at UNL for two years. He
was president of the Pakistan Student Association.
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