Here is a interesting article

This is from SMART MONEY

10 Things Law Schools Won’t Tell You

“We’re being sued by former students.”   Since 2011, a total of 15 lawsuits have been filed against law schools,  claiming, among other things, that the schools inflate job placement numbers. Specifically, the lawsuits allege that job placement rates don’t specify how many students are actually working as lawyers or other legal positions versus graduates who are employed in fields that don’t require a law degree. “Law schools count working at a Starbucks as employed … how much longer before RPH’s will be in the same position
“Salaries are shrinking …”   Law school students who graduated in 2010 earn $84,111 on average during their first year, down 10% from 2009, according to the most recent available data from NALP.
“You’ll be paying off your student loans for years.”

While the law profession numbers are much worse than Pharmacy 45,000 graduates vs 28,000 annual needs…but the surplus is coming.. unless we can find another venue where we can generate revenue for an employer… or.. a venue where our expertise can same an employer more than our costs .. or some… point in between.


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