Women College Graduates 7 Years Later

Wells, Jean A.
July 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Jul67, Vol. 90 Issue 7, p28
Academic Journal
Summarizes a winter 1957 follow-up survey of women college graduates six months after leaving college in the United States. Relationship between undergraduate education and subsequent employment; Interrelated influences of undergraduate education, postgraduate specialization, family and community activities and work careers; Occupational status and salary levels.


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