Sirhcyam wrote:romothesavior wrote:Sirhcyam wrote:Key word here is "seems." People used to make the same argument about college (maybe some still do). When you compare the medians for someone who gets a job right out of high school to someone who goes to a four year college and then gets a job, the high school graduate actually wins out (or, they are very close) in earnings for the first ten years. I once read that it works something like this:
Law School: 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-45-45-55-60-75...
The numbers represent the salary in thousands, the dashes represent a new year.
For someone who demands STATISTICAL evidence, you sure do like to pull stuff out of your ass.
Is your college grad example working as a bartender, or is he just retarded? What the hell is he doing that he's only making 18k more than he was 7 years before?
A lack of fast-paced career advancement is common in a lot of careers. See accountant, nurse, teacher, etc. Seven years is nothing in a career that will last you forty.
Also, would someone please respond to my argument about the bar exam. It's probably the most relevant thing I've posted, and none of you ever seem to consider it.
Look at the post above you. Also, you are an idiot.