Found this article on Lawyer job satisfaction...http://www.law.indiana.edu/publications/particulars/2001winter/lawyersat.shtml"Predictably, attorneys in large private firms report the highest average annual income ($79,140 five years out; $184,300 15 years out), while attorneys in public interest report the lowest average annual income ($35,120 at five years; $50,620 at 15 years). But perhaps less predictably, the high-earning practitioners in large private practices report the lowest average job satisfaction while the lower-earning types of practice all report higher average job satisfaction..."My problem is I can't afford with private loans to be on the bottom scale--so it looks like I'll have to hate life. Thoughts?
the pub int people are probably happier because they work much less.
Quote from: sls on September 25, 2005, 09:45:33 PMthe pub int people are probably happier because they work much less.That's not necessarily true, as a PI lawyer might have a much bigger case load than a corporate lawyer.