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Clearfield Progress Newspaper Archive: February 21, 1966 - Page 5

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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                HE PROGRESS, Clearfield, Curwensvillo, Philipsborg,    Moshannon Valley, Pa., Monday, Fabruary 21, 1966 PAGE FIVt Demand Has Increased For Associate Degree Graduates UNIVERSITY PARK - The demand for two-year associate degree graduates of The Pennsylvania State University has increased markedly this year and early indications are that June graduates in these programs will have no difficulty finding jobs. The students are also expected to find starting salaries attractive, in some cases up as high as 10 per cent over last year. And, in a few instances, the two-year graduates are being offered starting salaries equal to, or higher than, four- w,,,^   Loosens Rusted Bolts s       LIQUID i WRENCH N^THE SUPER PENETRANT The super penetrating rust solvent thot quickly loosens ports frozen by rust, corrosion, scale, paint, varnish, carbon or gum. Guaranteed safe to use on all metols. 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Three of the campuses are in their first year of operation and won't have graduates until next year. The potential associate degree graduates are being sought by companies from practically all sectors of the country, many from the "glamor" companies dealing in aero-space and electronics. At one campus, with 73 potential graduates, 60 dif ferent companies have sched uled interviews. The flood of recruiters has prompted directors of the cam puses to issue statements to area employers to make their move now in applying for inter viewing time. Being a state university, we would like to see many of our associate degree graduates stay in their local areas or at least in the state," says Kenneth L. Holderman, director of the commonwealth campus system. A survey conducted by the university among its common wealth campuses reveals that the average starting salary for two-year graduates last June was $447.14 per month. More starting salaries about $500 and a few exceeded $600 per month. A similar survey a few years ago showed that only 18 per cent started with $400 per month or better salary. The majority of the students in the associate degree pro grams at the commonwealth campuses are enrolled in programs in the field of engineer ing. These include drafting and design technology, electrical and electronics technology, manufacturing technology, chemical technology, and surveying tech nology. There are also two-year programs in business, retailing, forest technology, agricultural business, and hotel and food service. The U. S. Department of Labor estimates that 200,000 such science and engineering technicians will be needed each year for the rest of this decade. Penn State's branch campuses are at Abington, AUentown, Altoona, DuBois, Erie, Harris-burg, Hazleton, McKeespbrt, Monaca, Mont Alto, New Kensington, Pottsville, Reading, Scranton, Sharon, Uniontown, Wilkes-Barre and York. Read the Classified Ads Dally Yes! We have them in stock now! 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Sale $4.22 20"x36" Plastic Braided Rugs, Easy to Clean, Multi-colored, Reg. $1.99......Now $1.22 2 Pc. Early American Sofa and Chair, Print Fabric, Wing Style, Reg. $249.95 One Floor Sample Only..........................................   $122.00 3 Pc. Colonial Maple Bedroom Suite, Bookcase Bed, Chest, Dresser............$122.00 5 Pc. Brody Round Breakfast Set, Walnut Formica Table Top,'Garden Beige, Colored Chairs, Reg. $139.95 ...................  ____... One Only $77.22 5 Pc. Huntingbury Dinette, Walnut Top, High Back Chair, Antique Ivory finish . .. Reg. $149.95 .____ ..... Now $122.00 Contour Chair, Blue Vinyl, Danish Design, Sink Back, Stretch Out, Truly Relaxing TV Stratorester, Reg. $99.95........................ . Now $77.22 TILL 5 Tomorrow 9 Till 5 P. M. No Mail or Phono Ordtri Sorry! No Layaways ON ANY 9x12 ON OUR LEES CARPET Selector 5 PC. 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