bjsesq wrote: ClarDarr wrote: bk1 wrote:
ClarDarr wrote:why is a path to middle management a "recipe for success in life." I would describe that as "a recipe for an average result with a college degree."
You do realize that most Americans would kill to be as successful as someone in middle management?
Get back to me when the perspective on TLS at all mirrors that of most Americans.
Are you seriously offering what you know to be a skewed perspective as a defense?
I should clarify what I meant; I don't think it was well understood (the fault of my word choice, not your RC). I merely meant that this was a thread about how to achieve a good job with a college degree. To me, success "in life" is bigger than what job track you take, be it biglaw, public interest, middle management or upper management. My posts better worded and less inflammatory analog would have been:
Could we call this thread "MTal's alternative to law school+recipe for professional success"?