Absolutely not. I tend to believe most people stick to law despite being miserable because they can't figure out how they will pay their student loans if they quit law school.
What is it about the law that you hate so much? I realize that there is a very high rate of dissatisfaction in the profession, but do you really believe that 'most people' are 'miserable?'
Quote What is it about the law that you hate so much? I realize that there is a very high rate of dissatisfaction in the profession, but do you really believe that 'most people' are 'miserable?' procrastinator, there's not that difficult to figure out what is it about law that makes some (or should I say most) people hate it .. I, for one, do believe that most lawyers are miserable; some of the latter may be well-off financially, but their lives suck.
find a job where there arent miserable people doing it. no matter what it is, someone is always complaining about their job and saying how much their life sucks. i'm not asking you guys if there exists a culture of people who would probably be unhappy no matter what they did. i'm asking if you guys are satisfied with your decision. do you think you will be happy with your life/career? are you happy with your life now? if you could time travel back a year what would u realistically do differently? would u not go to school? and do u find yourself sticking with law school simply because you dont think you could pay off your loans if you dont?
Maybe the law students and lawyers you know do not want to advertise the fact that their lives suck? Just a suggestion ..