the_Grinch wrote: »
A lot of people are calling for law schools to be more like medical schools. Medical schools base the number of students they will accept on the perceived need of doctors in a given year. I have known a lot of people who went through law school and everyone has found a job making $60k a year. Now that's not to say their hours aren't hellish and that they get worked like dogs, but it is really a matter of what you specialize in and the area you are in. Plus, where you graduate from will very much be a factor in where you get hired. I think about law school from time to time, but it is a big commitment.
Anonymouse wrote: »
All the time. Having a hard time finding a new IT job that is actually an upgrade from what I am doing now at the new location I will be moving to. I'm thinking of studying something in the medical field 'cause that's just what Filipino's like me do haha.
ptilsen wrote: »
@Claymoore, would you mind sharing what career it is you're working towards switching to?