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LAW IS MOST POPULAR PROFESSION FOR 1934

Medicine Second With Business in Third Place-Great Variety Shown in Answers to Questionnaire

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Law is the most popular choice of a career for members of the class of 19345, according to figures just revealed by the Phillips Brooks House Association.

Freshmen are asked by the Phillips Brooks Association to indicate their proposed careers by filling out cards distributed on September. This year 424 men filled out and returned the cards and of these 307 were decided as to their life work. Law, which claimed 67 names was closely followed by medicine with 54 future physicians on the list. Business ranked third with 39 names, education claimed 26 and engineering 16.

Other occupations ranked as follows; journalism, 14: banking. 10: diplomatic service. 8: electrical engineering, 8: ministry. 6: architecture, 4; aeronautics, 3: mechanical engineering, 3: naturalism, 3: writing, 3: research science. 3; civil engineering, 2: dentistry, 2; dramatics, 2: traffic regulation. 1: mining, 1: literature. 1: music, 1: finance and economics. 1; restaurant equipment, 1: geophysicist, 1: sociologist, 1: furrier, 1: artist, 1: transportation, 1: politics, 1; ornithology, 1: medical research, 1; radio engineering, 1: meteorologist, 1; manufacturer of nautical instruments, 1.

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