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Students of the University who were registered at the Student Employment Office last year earned a total of $77,000 according to the figures compiled for the annual report of this office.
Of this amount, which gives some idea of the extent to which men work their way through the University, $42,000 was earned in term time and $35,000 in summer employment. The figures show a striking gain over the year 1918-19 when the total amount was only $51,000.
The most popular forms of employment during the college-year were: tutor, clerk, proctor, monitor, census-taker and ticket-taker. During the, summer the most popular vocations were tutoring, and serving as tutor companion, camp counsellor or clerk.
Out of the 998 men registered at the office, 382 were given work. Somewhat more than half of the men registered were enrolled in the College, the rest coming from the various Graduate Schools.
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