Women and their Work

MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX

EDWINA SETON May 15 1924
Women and their Work

MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX

EDWINA SETON May 15 1924

MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX

EDWINA SETON

Question—Mrs. R. G. S., Ont.: A

young man has worked for two years in a bank with experience as teller, but on account of the small salary, would like other employment which his bank experience would fit him for. What openings would be available?

Answer—Training in a bank fits a young man for a great variety of office positions—in bond-houses, stockbrokers’, real estate, insurance, trust companies, wholesale houses, factories, etc. In fact, any business that maintains office help. Let him keep his eye on the “Help Wanted” columns of the daily newspaper, and make personal enquiries. In time something will come his way.