Van Der Eb, Henry G.
April 1967
Advanced Management Journal;Spring67, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p51
Academic Journal
Discusses the problem of attracting and recruiting college graduates to business careers. Attitude of college students toward business careers and executives; Attributes of college students; Analysis on the career development profile of college graduates; Overview of communication crisis within the business sector.


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