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S. Truett Cathy, founder and
Experts' say employers favor
By STEPHANIE VON 1SENBURG
Although campus business recruit
ers place an emphasis on a liberal arts
education, the most popular majors
at UNC are business and technical,
and those graduates are favored by
businesses in hiring and salaries,
"Technical or business-type back-
- grounds will land the best jobs . . .
.at least at entry-level," said Greg
Sampson, director of research at the
.Labor Market Information division
. of the Employment Securities Com
mission in Raleigh.
. , Accounting, business administra
tion and management, pharmacy,
- economics and nursing were the
majors hired most, according to a
salary survey of 1988 UNC graduates.
Students have begun to show
renewed interest in non-profit and
, social service areas, but because these
areas do not recruit students, the jobs
are harder to find, said Marcia
Harris, director of UNC's Career
r Planning and Placement Services.
. , Reagan has appointed or promoted
-r bandra Day O Connor, Antonin
Scalia, Anthony Kennedy and Chief
Justice William Rehnquist are the
most conservative members of the
court, Pollitt said.
. Both Pollitt and Fein agreed there
may already be enough votes on the
Supreme Court to overturn the 1973
Roe v. Wade decision that legalized
abortion. Reagan appointed enough
conservative justices to possibly swing
the vote on the abortion issue.
The president promised to appoint
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the recruiting situation as a problem
''and is taking steps to remedy it.
Lynne Gerber, executive director of
' the MBA program, said the business
' school needs a larger class size and
; would need a larger building to
accommodate an increased enrol
lment. But the school has no inten
. -;tions of expanding to that capacity
. in the near future, she said.
4 Topping said MBA executive
fellows, graduate students from the
v. MBA program, are working with the
placement department. Unlike past
t years, the operational budget will be
.,; increased to raise money for recruit
lament programs, he said. Money has
been raised from three different
corporations to help make "great
strides," Topping said.
But he added, "I would rather be
stronger in areas that we already are
. Other changes include inviting
recruiters to the Carolina Inn to meet
with faculty members to discuss
businesses needs and the MBA
program's curriculum, Perreault said.
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Students interested in personnel
occupations may also find it difficult
to find an entry-level job, as most
personnel positions require expe
rience, Harris said.
Because of the recent Wall Street
shake-up, there are fewer jobs avail
able in investment banking. But the
remaining jobs pay well and are
popular with college graduates,
Sampson said. -
Computer programming and man
agement of information systems are
popular occupations that require a
computer science or math degree or
hands-on experience, Harris said.
The salary and demand for com
puter programmers have fluctuated
with the industry and are now high
again, she said, because of the lower
number of graduates and the rise in
the computer industry.
UNC's five-year pharmacy pro
gram is popular with students who
can land their first jobs with an
average salary of $36,000. Although
that makes it one of the highest
paying occupations, the salary of a
judges who shared his conservative
views when he was elected, but some
Democrats say Reagan has taken his
promise too far.
"In the 8th Circuit court, they just
had a case where the court upheld
a Minnesota abortion law that said
minors could not get an abortion
without notifying both of their
parents even if they don't know
or couldn't find their parents," Pollitt
said. "Every Reagan-appointed judge
upheld the law, while every judge
appointed before Reagan voted
Planned Parenthood of Minnesota
is one of the plantiffs in the case.
"Forty-two percent of our minors
come from split families, and some
times they haven't seen one of the
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Uoniveirsoty MaDi to add Ghock-fol-A
By AMY WEISNER
It is consumers' favorite among
It has given more than $300,000
toward scholarships for students in
It is Chick-fil-A, and it is coming
to Chapel Hill.
Chick-fil-A, the first fast food
chain to locate in malls, will open its
28th North Carolina restaurant in
University Mall Tuesday.
We re committed to the expansion
of Chick-fil-A's mall-restaurant con.
cept," said S. Truett Cathy, founder
and chairman of Chick-fil-A Inc.
"We're aeeressive v DUrSUinc Dnme
locations such as University Mall in
our continuing effort to maintain our
leadership position in the mall arena."
Publicity supervisor Jerry John
ston said that at the restaurant's
grand opening from Dec. 6 to Dec.
10, Chick-fil-A and American Air-
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lines will sponsor two trips for two
to Florida which may be
between Jan. 1 and April 1.
"Well also have The Wheel
pharmacy student cannot be com
pared to the salary of a four-year
student, Harris said.
Nursing, accounting and business
consulting are other high-paying jobs,
UNC students interested in a career
in pharmaceutical or chemical firms
or in investment banking tend to live
in the Northeast, especially New
Jersey, New York and Connecticut.
About two-thirds of each UNC
class stays in North Carolina, espe
cially in Chapel Hill, Raleigh and
Durham or in another metropolitan
area in the state, Harris and Sampson
Most students who do not live in
North Carolina remain in the Sou
theast and live in or near Atlanta,
Washington, D.C., and in Florida.
The higher salaries being paid to
recent graduates, the growth of North
Carolina's metropolitan areas and the
low unemployment rates have
encouraged many graduates to stay
in the state, Sampson said.
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parents for years," said Mary Krell,
associate director for Planned Par
enthood. "It creates a lot of conflict
when they have to notify both of their
parents. I dont think the law is very
The American Civil Liberties
Union is helping to litigate the case
"I think the most worrisome aspect
of the Reagan legacy is the appoint
ments he's made to the lower courts,"
said Colleen . O'Conner, director of
public education for the national
office in New York. "But it is not
as bad as we had once feared. The
atmosphere in the lower courts is less
than hospitable for us, but we're still
winning a lot of our cases. Precedent
is very strong."
Good Taste, in which anyone who
spins wins a prize, Johnston said.
Although it is one of the nation's
largest privately-held restaurant
chains, Chick-fil-A is a bird of a
The company's fully-stocked, fully
equipped restaurants, worth
$250,000, are subleased for a mere
$5,000 but only to those who
MWe are looking for those people
with the motivation and commitment
to run their own business, but who
may lack the necessary working
capital," Cathy said. "We can teach
anvone to cook ch cken and make
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Johnston said selected restaurant
operators are not allowed to own any
other business, and they must manage
on site and must be closed on Sunday.
Our company is based on Chris-
tian principles, and we use the Bible
as a foundation, Johnston said,
as a toundation, Johnston said.
"Cathy has learned that when you
apply some of these Biblical beliefs
to your business, you can be very
apply some of these Biblical beliefs
Consumer taste surveys and yearly
earnings confirm the success of
Date Company Job
12389 Arthur Andersen & Co. Infm.,Ngtc.,Mis.,
12389 Branch Banking & Trust . Banking
123,12489 First Citizens Bank Banking
12389 Lakeside Pharmaceuticals Sales
12389 Morgan Stanley & Co. Finn.
124,12589 First Wachovia Corp. Bnfh.
125,12689 Procter & Gamble Gmgt.
12689 Aetna Life & Casualty Acct., Fin., Insr., Acts.
12689 Alex, Brown & Sons Finn.
126,12789 Burlington Industries Mfgm.,Finn.,Perr.
12689 RJ. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Acct., Finn.
12789 Goldman, Sachs & Co. Anal.., Bnkg., Finn.
12789 Life of Virginia , Acts., Math.
12789 Village Publishing Corp. . Saies,Advt
130,13189 Procter & Gamble Sales
130,13189 Trust Company Bank Bnfh.
2189 Aetna Life & Casualty Insr.
2189 J.P. Morgan & Co., Inc. Finn., Oper., Resc.,
2289 Aetna Life & Casualty Insr.
2289 Bankers Trust Anal., Bnkg., Finn.
2289 Kimberly-Clark Corp. Oper.Mfmg.
2289 Planters Bank Bnfh.
2289 Prudential Insurance Co. Acts.
2389 Hewitt Associates Acts.
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of Interest fists ongoing events from the
same campus organizations and follows the
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10 a.m. Carolina Student
Credit Union will be
in the Pit until 2 p.m. .
with information about
its exclusive Direct Bill
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- allow students to avoid
the lines at Bynum
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as part of its Brown
Bag Lunch Series, will
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Cathy's unusual management philo
sophy. The company's Chick-fil-A
sandwich and nuggets were rated
number one by consumers in 1988.
The chain reported an 11 percent
increase in sales, from $182.8 million
in 1986 to $202.7 million in 1987,
while other chicken chains averaged
an increase of only about four
But Chick-fil-A is surprisingly one
of the more moderately-priced fast
food chains for a chicken sandwich
or chicken nuggets. For example, a
Cruck-fil-a Sandjvich costs $1.99, the
samf Pnce " the chicken sandwich
Chick-fil-A are $1.99, while nine at
its leading local chicken competitor,
Kentucky Fried Chicken, sell for
In spite of Chick-fil-A's constant
progression into the chicken chain
marKet, tne company has not neg-
lected its employees. Instead, Cathy
has created incentive urograms.
"The Chick-fil-A scholarship pro
gram is one of the larcest and most
extensive in the fast-food industry,"
Cathy said. Chick-fil-A offers
employees $1,000 scholarships after
they work at least 20 hours per week
Dgen, presenting The
Flatow Collection of
Cronstas," in 210
Center will have
panel discussions on
final exam preparation
and execution in 208
209 Union. All are
invited; freshmen are
urged to attend.
3:30 p.m. Study Abroad
Office will have an
in Toy Lounge, Dey
Hall, for the UNC
Summer in Montpellier,
from the Triangle in 6-8
Carroll. The topic will
be The Balancing Act
Career and Family."
Students for the
Race Relations will
have a Big Buddy Film
Fest in the Union
4:30 p.m. Wesley Foundation
Council will meet. A
dinner ahd evening
program will follow at 6
5:30 p.m. Newman Center will
have dinner followed
by a program on deal
ing with stress.
6 p.m. Campus Christian
Fellowship will meet
for dinner and a pro
gram at 204 Glenburnie
St. All are invited to
Apartheid wjll meet
in the Union. AH are
invited to attend.
Club will have an
workshop with Dr.
Zorn in 217 Bingham.
7 p.m. AIDS Awareness
will meet in 226 Union.
A representative from
University Career Plan
ning and Placement
Services will speak.
GCS Christian Fel
lowship will meet in
the South Gallery
Meeting Room in the
Union. Everyone is
Carolina Women in
Business will host a
public panel discussion
with women executives
December $ DTH, Room 104,
for two years or more and are
recommended by their restaurant
Johnston said all Chick-fil-A's are
closed on Sunday to provide
employees time to spend with their
families and to worship if they
Although Cathy admits that some
mall managers do not like it when
they close on Sundays, he said, "We
want our people to have a day off
to spend with their families, and our
track record proves that in the vast
majority of malls, we are the food
sales leader even though we are
open only six days."
Cathy reveals his Christian busi
ness principles through the com
pany's commitment to sponsoring
gospel music singer Sandi Patti and
more than 100 other concerts through
According to the company's
annual report, Chick-fil-A's charita
ble activities are additional steps that
bring its corporate purpose to focus:
"To glorify God being a faithful
steward of all that is entrusted to us,
and to have a positive influence on
all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A."
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sponsor a talk titled
AIDS ," in Greenlaw
Auditorium. It wO be an
informal talk intended
to show the action of
the AIDS virus in the
7:30 p.m. CGLA will show the
film The Times of Har
vey Milk," in 208
Union. The movie will
be followed by a dis
cussion featuring Joe
Herzenberg and Dr.
Items of Interest
Campus Y Student
Environmental Action Coali
tion will be collecting old phone
books throughout campus until
Dec. 8. If you live off-campus and
have an old phone book, you can
drop it off at the Campus Y. Help
save a tree!
Learning Skills Center will
present panel discussions on final
exam preparation and execution on
Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. in 205-206 Union.
AU are invited; freshmen are urged
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