Jobs Rated 2013: ranking 200 jobs from best to worst

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NoodleyOne
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Re: Jobs Rated 2013: ranking 200 jobs from best to worst

Postby NoodleyOne » Sat Apr 27, 2013 10:03 pm

Doorkeeper wrote:University Professor sitting pretty at #14.

Maybe I should go get a PhD...

If you're able to get a tenure track job, you're golden.

Getting that job, however...

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Re: Jobs Rated 2013: ranking 200 jobs from best to worst

Postby bk1 » Sat Apr 27, 2013 10:06 pm

North wrote:
Sheffield wrote: No idea that as a first year I might be earning more than the judge. Maybe this LS thing isn’t so bad after all.

Most judges are so underpaid it's disgusting.

BigLaw Associates a couple years in make more than most AIII judges.

Not anymore. I think A3 judges are overpaid (grossly overpaid if we factor in their recent increase).

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Re: Jobs Rated 2013: ranking 200 jobs from best to worst

Postby Crowing » Sun Apr 28, 2013 1:43 pm

These green bars don't make any sense to me. UProf and Mathmatician have full bars, but they don't seem to match the values.

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Re: Jobs Rated 2013: ranking 200 jobs from best to worst

Postby TheBiggerMediocre » Sun Apr 28, 2013 7:55 pm

I know people in 12 of the top 20 I would say that they all hate their jobs from the annoying poor people to the smelly old people and the long hours to the calls at all times of day and night. These jobs all suck, I bet cash money that being a popular 'popcorn' that whacks its own 'stick' is better than any job on this planet if paid 200k.

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Re: Jobs Rated 2013: ranking 200 jobs from best to worst

Postby jtabustos » Tue Apr 30, 2013 10:02 pm

Wasn't sure where to ask this question, but I'm curious if there's a thread on the legal economy from a very very broad perspective (not like for law students/graduates only ...or one that's market specific, etc.).

I'm an 0L and discussion of the legal economy as a whole interest me.

I see we can't post as 0L's in the Legal Employment threads if I'm not mistaken. And those threads tend to be more specific anyways.

Anyone know if there's an economy super thread or where a good place to talka bout it would be? I figured TLS ought to have some kind of monster thread like that. Thanks.

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Re: Jobs Rated 2013: ranking 200 jobs from best to worst

Postby JamMasterJ » Tue Apr 30, 2013 10:10 pm

jtabustos wrote:Wasn't sure where to ask this question, but I'm curious if there's a thread on the legal economy from a very very broad perspective (not like for law students/graduates only ...or one that's market specific, etc.).

I'm an 0L and discussion of the legal economy as a whole interest me.

I see we can't post as 0L's in the Legal Employment threads if I'm not mistaken. And those threads tend to be more specific anyways.

Anyone know if there's an economy super thread or where a good place to talka bout it would be? I figured TLS ought to have some kind of monster thread like that. Thanks.

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