The Caddo Herald
January 30, 1925
The High Salaried Executive of Tomorrow
Every office is divided into two groups- those who direct the business, the sales and accounting- and those who carry out the directions. Those who direct are the high salaried department heads and managers. Those who carry out the directions are assistant executives- stenographers, secretaries, accountants, bookkeepers, confidential assistants. As changes take place or as the business expands these assistant executives inherit or grow into higher executive and administrative positions.
This is the history of practically every big organization. The executives of today were the assistant executives of yesterday- the stenographers, bookkeepers, etc. are the executives of tomorrow.
How can you be an executive?
Every year thousands of young people- some high school graduates and some with only a grade education- go to TYLER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE to take the Private Secretarial, General Business, General Banking, General Railroad, General Western Union, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Cotton Classing, Civil Service, Penmanship, Telegraphy or Radio course. They are then prepared for just such positions. They start the course wholly unfit for positions, yet they graduate a very few months later with a greatly increased earning capacity. They are able to enter any line of business; they are placed in responsible positions by the school’s Employment Department.
What thousands of other young people have done- and are doing- you can do. YOU can prepare for a position as an executive- both in Civil Service and in business. YOU can create a big demand for your services. You have only to enter Tyler Commercial College for business training and follow to success the path which thousands of young men and women have taken.
If you want to get a good position- one with a good starting salary and offers excellent opportunities for advancement- send the coupon below with your name and address for “ACHIEVING SUCCESS IN BUSINESS”. This big, 208-page book will be sent to you FREE. Clip the coupon NOW. (We have no branch school anywhere.)
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