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4The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, October 19, 1938
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By ANNIE STANTON
Picture this: it is the year 2010 and
the sky is painted a perfect Carolina
blue. Alfredo and Helga Quicktense
(the Jane and John Doe of the Olden
'SOs of the 20th century A.D.) are
gathered at their Solarvision UB4ME
Entertainment Center. It is 5:27 A.N.
(AfterNoon), time for Robot Ray
mie's economic programming ses
sion. With the aspirations of pro
voking human thought from a
mechanical mind, Helga commands
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the robot to a state of extreme
alertness and precision. As she voices
in Vision Zone 96807, $BUCK, the
ageless entrepreneur concealed
behind Raymie's steel, suddenly
surfaces. She focuses on famed
business genius and commentator
I.M. Ritch as he lectures on the
necessities for attaining billionaire
status. ' .,"
"Regardless of the circumstance,
we must not fall back to the 20th
century economic system if an abun
dance of wealth is desired," he
exclaims. To strengthen his case he
pulls out the audible, color
coordinated Accu-Graph 4IC-ALL
System and voices in the following
1988 The typical husband and
wife work 40 hours each, weekly.
2000 The typical husband and
wife enjoy a 20 hour work week.
Technology has boosted productivity
to 500 percent of that of 1988.
1988 Electronic tax filing and
refunding available on a very limited
basis; application processing for
mortgages averages 15-25 business
2000 Thirty percent of all tax
filers send tax returns to IRS directly
by computer and about the same
percent have refunds deposited
directly to their bank account via
electronic transfer. Application pro
cessing for mortgages is possible in
a couple of hours to a couple of days
via computer mortgage shopping.
"Notice the efficiency," Ritch
exclaims. "My ambitious audience,
we shall end this session by observing
the impact of education on economic
achievement. Education has played
an enormous role in the world of
money and it will continue to signif
icantly affect you and me today
The audiovision lights up beauti
fully, revealing his claims:
Median Income Comparisons of
Year-Round Workers 1986: Com
paring education level to medium
income, we see that through elemen
tary school, women average $10,448
a year and men average $16,812;
through high school, women average
$14,569 and men average $23,269;
through college, women average
$21,889 and men average $33,934.
"Although education today in the
year 2010 costs much more (averaging
$12,000 annually at a state university
and $26,000 at a private college) when
compared to the year 1988 (averaging
$6,172 per year at a state university
and $12,000 at a private institution),
it is still priceless," Ritch concluded.
The Sonic Alarm Beeper V7UP
sounded five times and it was 5:42
A.N., time for Helga to voice in
WPAST, 1980S, the zone that made
historian Joe I. Tellue famous.
Today's history programming session
features a rap-a-long segment based
on a salary survey from the 1980s
Top Thirty Paying Careers in
NBA basketball player; major-
league baseball player; race car
driver Indy Class; -NFL football
player, surgeon; psychiatrist; airplane
pilot; osteopath; symphony conduc
tor; federal judge; chiropractor;
senator congressman; stockbroker;
dentist; orthodontist; rabbi; major
league baseball umpire; NCAA bas
ketball coach; podiatrist; hospital
administrator; veterinarian; astrono
mer; physicist; postal inspector;
actuary; aerospace engineer, piano
tuner; civil engineer; attorney; nuclear
The best job overall, considering
all working conditions, was an
Alfredo Quicktense, irate at not
finding his governmental occupation
SAE012 on the top thirty list, is
somewhat pacified and amused to see
the average salaries for the following
majors: Liberal Arts ($19,213), Engi
neering ($29,820), Accounting
($18,120), and Education ($18,850).
The setting may be a bit fictitious,
but the statistics and predictions are
And here's some more business
information for you about the World
Money Market: The Dow Jones
Industrial Average closed Monday at
2140.47. The twelve-month high is
2158.96 (achieved Oct. 10) while the
twelve-month low is 1738.74. Gold
closed at $412.20 per troy ounce,
compared to its closing of $481.70 a
year ago. Oil closed at $14.65 bbl,
still low when compared to $19.80 bbl
of a year ago. Interest on the three
month T-bUl is 7.33 percent, almost
1 percent higher than the 6.39 percent
found a year ago.
Business Briefs: Watch out for the
new booming business of the Os,
steroid trafficking. Coming in prim
arily from Mexico and Europe at an
average mark-up of 10 times, illicit
steroids have become a. $100 million-a-year
business ... The top four
finishers in the liquor market for 1987
were Grand Metropolitan, Guiness,
Seagram and Bacardi, respectively
... China has found widespread
interest, enjoyment and sales. with a
game that couldn't be any farther
away from socialism Monopoly
. . . Phillip Morris is launching a bid
to buy Kraft Inc. The price offered:
$90 a share or $11 billion . . . The
top paid sports endorsers for 1987
were Arnold Palmer ($8 million),
Jack Nicklaus ($6 million) and Boris
Becker ($6 million).
The information used in this story
came from the U.S. Census Bureau,
Money magazine, USA Today, Sta
tistical Abstract, Jobs ', Rated
Almanac, World Almanac and the
Wall Street Journal.
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12:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Seniors: Meet prospective employers and find out what they have to offer
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McNeil Consumer Products
Proctor & Gamble
R. J. Reynolds 'tobacco
Research Triangle Institute
U.S. Air Force
U.S. General Accounting
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The Third Annual Graduate School
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
invites you to attend
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1988
Recruiters from all55 Graduate and Professional Schoob
tvill be there including:
Medical School Law School Dental School School of Public Health Business
School Computer Science Department of Biochemistry Department of Dramatic
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