[Written Especially for Young People]

"Plenty of employment"

DURING those years when they must decide what sort of training to choose, and especially as they approach the end of their school days, probably all young people find themselves asking the questions: Shall I be able to find employment? What sort of business shall I enter? What vocation shall I follow? If they were to accept the world's opinions, they would seem to see at the present time many who cannot find employment, even though they are trained and experienced workmen, and still others drifting into occupations, apparently by chance, in which they find little joy or satisfaction.

Now what is the young Christian Scientist to think about this problem? Are the teachings of our Leader applicable to needs of this kind? Yes, indeed, for that divine Love which Mrs. Eddy assures us meets "every human need" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 494) can in this instance as in all others be confidently relied upon.

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