THERE seems to be a remarkable coyness about industrial firms when they advertise for work study staff, as though the salary for the job were a thing to be kept in the dark. Let it be stated at once that non‐disclosure of salary is a thing to be deplored; moreover, it wastes time. Many firms are just not prepared to pay the “rate for the job”, and equally, fully qualified work study technicians would not have bothered to reply to those firms that offer “under the odds”, had they been in possession of the £ s.d. facts in the first instance.
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