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The wage-earning investigation is being seriously hampered by the failure of many students to respond to the inquiry recently set on foot. In order to make the record complete, all men who have received blanks are urged to reply. Some have withheld a response through neglect, others may have thought it unnecessary to reply since they had no earnings to report. The records of both are necessary to make the investigation successful.
For the benefit of any wage-earners who have not received the letter of inquiry, a statement of the information is given below. Answers to these questions should be sent at once to J. Dovingdon '15, 47 Irving street.
1. Approximately row much did you earn during the last College year, 1912-13?
2. Briefly what was the nature of the work?
3. Approximately how much did you earn during the following summer of 1913?
4. What was the nature of the work?
5. What portion, if any, of this term and summer work was secured through the College Employment Office?
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