The exhortations made to industry for increased productivity to facilitate national recovery or survival come at regular intervals of time, their rhythm increasing with the severity of our national plight. In recent months, the economic screws have been turned yet again, but whereas in the past those involved in education held themselves aloof from the general call to increase efficiency, it now seems that this has become part of the conditions of all wage or salary negotiations. We in the profession, then, are perhaps faced with the necessity for a new and critical self‐analysis and a re‐evaluation of the standards and conditions of service which have for so long been accepted as the norm in our technical college and university life.
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