Globe Gazette Mason City, Iowa
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Right Girl for Job Is
Many women, not altogether satisfied with tfork they are now doing, will fina a^velcome change from civilian lifife in the "Women's Army Corps, according to Lt. Nancy D'Amico of the WAC recruiting office, who will be in Mason City next week.
"Civilian occupations and educational background, although carefully considered by personnel oofficers, are not always the determining factor in assigning WACs to their jobs," she declared. "Hidden abilities are revealed to many women along entirely unsuspected lines."
Lieutenant D'Amico described the scientific processes used by the WAC to determine the aptitudes of each of its members.
"Shortly after arriving at a WAC training center the classification of the enlisted WAC begins," she said. "Records are made of her education, civilian work, interests and hobbies to be used as h basis in assigning her to work. Then a series o£ aptitude testa begins; first, th
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