Out of less than 300 men graduating from the Business School this spring, 175 have already been placed in positions by the Employment Bureau, according to statistics supplied on Saturday.
There remain only something over 110 men still to secure places, a record which has not been attained since 1930. The main positions open are in finance, sales, and accounting offices, particularly in industrial and general (C.P.A.) accounting because of code emphasis on prices. A large number have found employment in retail department stores and in the sales departments of large firms.