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how many students have elected to stick
around in Chapel Hill over the summer while
working or looking. But the Orange County
unemployment. figures for May will be con
siderably higher with the addition of the out-of-work
students, said Ann Colenda, a labor
market analyst for the state Employment
Security Commission in Durham.
Orange County had the lowest unemploy
ment figures in the state for the last six
months, with a 3.3 percent joblessness rate,
according to ESC figures.
The county's normally low rate may be
due to the makeup of the county's labor
force, which is predominantly government
and service oriented, Colenda said.
Both campus and town employers are
limited in the number of positions they can
make available to students because of slow
Town employers also will be less likely to
hire college students because of hard eco
nomic times, said Mary Friedman of the
Orange County Comprehensive Employ
ment Training Act office, which administers
federal employment training funds. When
businesses find it difficult to keep full-time
workers, summer workers will be the first to
be let go, Friedman said.
"Business is normally dull during the sum
mer," said Student Stores general manager
Thomas A. Shetley. "We're hard put to find
work for our present staff." Shetley called
his student staff of about 15 "a good many."
The Union currently employs only 20 stu
dents, all held over from the spring semester,
said Union supervisor Todd Davis. The Un
dergraduate Library also added no new em
ployees this summer.
Wilson Library is hiring new student em
ployees for the summer, said Annette John
son of the library's business office. But the
number of students hired will be less than
half of the 225 who worked at the library
during the regular school year, she said.
The University's Utilities Division hired six
students this summer to work at the steam
and electric power plant on Cameron Aver
nue. The student laborers do everything
from mowing the lawn and working on
boilers to unloading coal cars, said plant
engineer Raymond E. Dubose.
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Joblessness to stay high
through year, prof says
By SCOTT WHARTON
The nation will see little reduction in un
employment by the end of the year, accord
ing to a UNC associate professor of econom
"Until the general economy picks up, new
job opportunities will be few and far be
tween," James A. Wilde said this week. In
landing a permanent job "college students
have a leg up if they've had a summer job
which shows a regular pattern of employ
ment," Wilde said. He said a field-related
summer job is more impressive to a
student's prospective employer than for
example a lifeguarding job.
Wilde said a business or technology
related major is preferable to other majors in
today's tight job market ,
Statewidethe college student looking for
a summer banking or urban business job
may be out of luck. Unemployment is high
est in the cities, said ESC Public Information
officer Dick Johnson. He said the biggest op
portunities lie in tourism and agriculture.
The severity of the state's youth unem
ployment problem has prompted an $80,000
ESC Summer Youth Employment Program in
North Carolina. Johnson said the federally
funded program marks the first time in re
cent history North Carolina has had to deal
specifically with youth summer unemploy
ment. The program works to supplement the
Comprehensive Employment and Training
Act a rnore in-depth federal program for dis
.; John Fleming, ESCs employment service
director, said 30 temporary interviewers are
feeing placed in 20 employment agencies
across the state.
ESC "will make every effort to obtain em
ployment" for all applicants, Fleming said.
ESC officials said textiles, furniture and
housing are the state's industries hardest hit
Nuke protesters released
By D.F. WILSON
Three nuclear disarmament demonstrators
with Chapel Hill ties who were among six ar
rested at a South Carolina plutonium bomb
components facility Monday were out on
Rosemary Freriks, a UNC student, Chris
Kueny. a UNC graduate living in Silver Spring,
Md. and a man who identified himself as
John Canga of Chapel Hill all were freed on
$1,000 bond late Tuesday. The three were ar
rested along with three others Monday at
the Savannah River Plant near Aiken, S.C.
The protestors face fines of up to $1 ,000 if
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try on posted DOE property.
The rally was sponsored by the Natural
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A march and rally for nuclear disarma
ment will be held in Chapel Hill Saturday by
the Coalition for Disarmament The coalition,
an outgrowth of a petition campaign this .
spring for a nuclear weapons freeze, is unre
lated to the Natural Cuard or the individuals
The march will begin at11 a.m. atthe Carr
boro Municipal Building and will continue
to the Hargrave Community Center in
Chapel Hill, then to Franklin Street and end
ing on the grassy campus area across from
the downtown Post Office.
The march is intended to increase public
awareness of a massive rally to be held Sat
urday, June 12 in New York for disarmament
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2 The Tar Heel Thursday, June 3, 1982