Job forum concentrates on state's long-range potential

March 1982
Marketing News;3/19/1982, Vol. 15 Issue 19, p23
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The article reports on a Careers Day forum sponsored by the American Marketing Association's (AMA's) Oregon Chapter. According to Bruce Stern, who is President of AMA's Oregon Chapter, job openings are not a problem but business leaders know the long term potential of Oregon. The purpose of the Careers Day Forum was to let young and talented managers of the future see the promise of Oregon. Many types of businesses were depicted at the forum. Marketing executives met with students and seminars on evaluating job opportunities and job interviews were held.


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