I have two friends who had similar situations. I am also kind of in that boat this year. For one of my friends, she decided to go to a lower ranked school and transfer, fortunately she was able to get in to Berkeley last May, so her plan worked. She did work extremely hard though, she was about second or third in her class. Then my other friend is waiting a few more years to apply. When you take this approach, big changes need to be made. Work experience alone, especially for only a few years usually does not cause them to pay attention, especially if the LSAT score isn't high. Unique things like projects abroad, or things like that might get them to see you in a different light. All I know is that it's tough. Retaking the LSAT is always a good option, but since you've already taken it that might not be the way to go. You would have to improve a lot, and I know in my case that's never going to happen! I think transfering is a good option, I know it is tought and competitive but your LSAT matters a lot less and the focus becomes your 1L. Good luck!!