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Mr. ALEXANDER PATERSON : 'That Job: How to get it: How to keep it'


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THIS is the third talk in the series intended for younger, listeners, and it concludes the programme for April. Its subject is one that will appeal to very many boys between the ages of fourteen and eighteen, for unemployment is a very serious problem in these post-war days, and it is nbne too easy to find a job, quite apart from keeping it when once it has been found. Mr. Paterson, who was for so long identified with the Oxford and Bermondsey Club, knows all about conditions of employment, and in his book, 'Across the Bridges,' he showed an intimate and sympathetic knowledge of the life of boys in the poorer quarters of South London.


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Mr. ALEXANDER PATERSON : 'That Job: How to get it: How to keep it'

5XX Daventry, 25 April 1928 19.25

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