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    Job Advice

    So, I've got a question:
    Which job is better, school teacher or lawyer?
    Which one is easier to study, which one I have better chances at finding job in, pay...
    I need real and proffesional advisory.

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    They both sound extremely boring. But I'm assuming you want money. Lawyer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FueldByRamen View Post
    They both sound extremely boring. But I'm assuming you want money. Lawyer.
    This is one of those retarded comments I was talking about. I said I need some professional advisory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splinter Cell View Post

    This is one of those retarded comments I was talking about. I said I need some professional advisory.


    You're asking a forum full of 13 year olds. Maybe %5 of the users are above 18, and I'm pretty positive none of them are a teacher or lawyer.

    My aunt is a teacher but the fuck if I know how she did it.

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    School teacher is easier to learn/shorter to learn, and will probably cost lest for the study. But it will make you less money in the long run.

    Lawyer is hard to learn, has a lengthy learning process, and will probably cost a lot more than a teachers study. But in the long run you'll get a LOT more money.

    I think finding a lawyer job can be easier than finding a teacher job, just because there are a lot more teachers than lawyers. (But I'm not sure so you can ask someone else about it)

    And also if you can't sit still for hours after hours, lawyer isn't good for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FueldByRamen View Post



    You're asking a forum full of 13 year olds. Maybe %5 of the users are above 18, and I'm pretty positive none of them are a teacher or lawyer.

    My aunt is a teacher but the fuck if I know how she did it.
    You dont need to have experience with it, you just got to give some basic reasons and a few advices instead of randomly choosing one of the options which doesnt help me at all.

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    lawyer for the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splinter Cell View Post


    You dont need to have experience with it, you just got to give some basic reasons and a few advices instead of randomly choosing one of the options which doesnt help me at all.
    Look at my post. It'll help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie. View Post
    School teacher is easier to learn/shorter to learn, and will probably cost lest for the study. But it will make you less money in the long run.

    Lawyer is hard to learn, has a lengthy learning process, and will probably cost a lot more than a teachers study. But in the long run you'll get a LOT more money.

    I think finding a lawyer job can be easier than finding a teacher job, just because there are a lot more teachers than lawyers. (But I'm not sure so you can ask someone else about it)

    And also if you can't sit still for hours after hours, lawyer isn't good for you.
    Thanks, I appreciate your comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splinter Cell View Post


    You dont need to have experience with it, you just got to give some basic reasons and a few advices instead of randomly choosing one of the options which doesnt help me at all.
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    And as for teaching, my aunt went to college for Child Physiology (or something like that) but somehow ended up as a kindergarten teacher.

    Just call your local colleges and talk to your school guidance councilor, not us.

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    Teaching is probably the lowest paying job that requires a degree. But going into law can be tedious, and is very hard to get your first well paying job in. You will make more money being a lawyer by you will have a lot less free time to enjoy it.

    Honestly, I would pick neither. There are much more viable careers.


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    Teaching is easier, and being a lawyer would make you more cash.

    But if your in a decent school, teachers often say they get more job satisfaction from their job.