How is the job market for JD/CPAs? Tax attorneys?
I am currently an undergraduate studying accounting. I previously called myself pre-law, but have drifted away from that due to the horrible job market for law school graduates. However, I cannot put a dagger fully through the idea of law school and it occurs to me that this likely is only true for people with a JD and no other significant degree. I am interested in tax and I would like to know how the job market it for tax attorneys and other JDs in the business/tax/financial world.
Asked By: Mr. Chizz - 4/5/2011
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I am a recent law school graduate and have just recently started my job search. There are still plenty of jobs out there!!! The stuff you read in the media is all media hype. The reality is that it is harder to find a job in all professions. In addition, across the board employers are paying less. Did you really... More
Answered By: IDONTKNOW - 4/5/2011
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A JD/CPA is only going to be useful if you have years of relevant experience prior to law school. Even then it may not help that much if you don't have the connections. The tax law market is a little weird because it's so specialized and so varied - if you're serious about tax you'll need to do some heavy duty... More
Answered By: sitcpsitcb - 4/5/2011
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