Lawl Shcool wrote:You seem to be missing my point, in both your examples people are working very hard. Perhaps that is the disconnect, I see working hard as a total encompassing thing, not just billing hours.
If you want to call going to networking events, wine and dine, playing golf working hard, then yes I missed your point.
Lawl Shcool wrote:
Also, this:r6_philly wrote:I don't pretend to know if any of this applies to the legal office
Lawl Shcool wrote:All jobs in all professions require hard work to be successful. In law, you trade the hard work for a lower upside but bigger safety net. That is a great deal for people starting families or don't like a lot of risk. In a business, you trade the hard work for a bigger potential upside, but that also comes with a much bigger chance of failure.
Your C is not supported by the REA.
Edited for added fun.