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The figures recently published by Walker W Daly '14, Secretary for Student Employment on the work of the Student Employment office for last year, show a marked increase both in the number of students placed and in their total earnings over the previous year. The amount of money earned by last year totaled $172,137. This is about $20,000 more than the year before At least three fourths of this money was made by students who were placed by the Employment Office. The total number of men thus placed was 1,151, including those who registered for term-time work and for summer work.
Mr Daly also makes several interesting comments on the progress of the work of his office, and certain innovations which have been instituted.
"The office has been moved from the third floor of University Hall to the basement, thereby making it more accessible to both students. The quarters are not quite large enough at present for peak seasons, but I am hoping we shall have more room ultimately.
"An indexing system has been installed which has been commented on by some experts as being one of the finest things of its kind in the country Through its use we are able to reach men qualified for different kinds of work and are able to be of much greater service than was the case when we were using the old bliad file."
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