The Aerie, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1985 Page: 53
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About 100 businesses, industries,
and government organizations were
represented at the 10th annual NT
Career Day. Career Day was de-
signed to bring prospective employ-
ers and employees together.
David Tinney of the Career Place-
ment Office said he believes that Car-
rer Day provided students with the
opportunity to informally visit with
representatives from all facets of
business. The activity was most bene-
ficial to graduating seniors.
Arthur Anderson and Co., Arco,
the Southland Corporation, IBM, and
Xerox were among the major com-
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