thethe wrote:Walking away with at least $40/hour for at least 40 hours a week pre-tax post average loan-repayment contributions without having to do anything too ethically sketchy.
$80,000+ from Seton Hall? A very
small percentage of SH grads will make anywhere close to that. It would be completely unrealistic to expect that.
Less than 10% of SH grads ended up full-time in firms over 25 attorneys (and many of those are going to be shit jobs). Almost a third ended up in "state and local clerkships," which I guess is a big thing in NJ and might lead to a decent job, but a lot won't. Only 5% landed government and PI (only 3 people got FT/LT public interest jobs out of almost 300 students).
So... yeah. Low risk for Rascal due to the cost, but don't delude yourself into think you're going to get a good job. And at top 30%? Good luck with that.