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[The above is an abbreviated, postproduction text of the program released for broadcast the week of March 10–16 in the radio series, "The Bible Speaks to You." Heard internationally over approximately 1,000 stations, the weekly programs are prepared and produced by the Christian Science Committee on Publication, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.]
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 258 - Finding Satisfying Employment
Questioner: Most young people today want a career that will really give them a sense of satisfaction in doing something worthwhile. But often they are quite concerned about becoming a square peg in a round hole or getting on a treadmill to nonachievement.
Speaker: Yes. Young people want to find something really satisfying. They want to feel that they're actually contributing something useful to the world, and this is a fine motive.
Now, you've had some experience in helping people find employment. Would you agree that an essential step for any prospective employee is to find out for himself what he has to offer?
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