Salary Survey: What next on the career path?

June 2015
Lawyer;6/15/2015, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the journal's salary survey which indicates that a majority of the lawyers who responded to the survey are content in their current legal practice areas and only about six percent of them wish to leave the legal profession entirely. According to the article, just over 28 percent of the public sector attorneys who responded to the survey want to remain in their roles, while other lawyers are seeking other career opportunities and increased salaries.


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