I've gotten into these three schools and would like your opinion on which to go for.Fortunately money is not an issue for schooling however I am most concerned with (as most people are) my career opportunities and starting salary coming out of whatever school I go to.According to USNews: Miami Rank 70 93.1 Employment (60,000 - 110,000) 82,000 Median Starting Salary Temple Rank 60 95.7 Employment (50,000 - 115,000) 80,000 Median Starting Salary Penn Rank 91 92.2 Employment (46,500 - 100,000) 61,250 Median Starting SalaryDoes anyone have anything to add to these numbers? How trustworthy are these numbers? If starting salary is my largest concern, should I choose Miami Law?I'm a Korean-Canadian student and don't really know the markets in PA and Miami and what it's like to live there so if anyone can help me clear things up that would also be great. Thanks!
I was referring to weather and, more importantly, culture.
I wouldn't expect to find a RadioShack in Pennsylvania staffed w/ only Spanish speakers.
Also, a previous post eluded to the rural settings up north. Miami and Coral Gables are not rural by a long shot. I recommend you visit Miami before you even CONSIDER UM. Miami is not for everyone, but it is my frontrunner for your choices based solely on the school.
I think you're best off visiting schools and see what area you like better