GypsyHummus

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They say that Lawyers make 144K/ year? Golly Gee, I better tell that to my recently graduated Law School cousin who currently works as a Nanny. Btw, Daddy Daddy Daddy is giving her a 4K/month stipend to live in New York City.

This is nuts. I don't know where they get their numbers, but that are sooooo wrong. This is literally Propaganda.

Btw, where is "Dentist"? They make 140K easy and work 4 days a week.
 
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They say that Lawyers make 144K/ year? Golly Gee, I better tell that to my recently graduated Law School cousin who currently works as a Nanny. Btw, Daddy Daddy Daddy is giving her a 4K/month stipend to live in New York City.

This is nuts. I don't know where they get their numbers, but that are sooooo wrong. This is literally Propaganda.

Btw, where is "Dentist"? They make 140K easy and work 4 days a week.
Probably graduated from sh1tty law school and you have a no ambition kid. Unlike pharmacy, law school rank matters.
 
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So would a pharmacist, who makes like $5000 less a year, also be in the top 25?
 

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Probably graduated from sh1tty law school and you have a no ambition kid. Unlike pharmacy, law school rank matters.
Doubt it. One of my friends from high school went to the worst law school in Texas and now she's a corporate attorney for a fortune 500 company. No sympathy at all for the nanny lawyer.
 
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6GodPharm

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I told you we have it good! $130 k a year for 40 hours a week of work.

The 25 highest-paying jobs in America http://www.cnbc.com/id/103814300

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Even higher in Cali. I know a couple of us who are pulling in close to 180K on a 48-52 hour work week. As hard as the job gets sometimes (retail) at the end of the day we make a lot to do what we do.
 
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Even higher in Cali. I know a couple of us who are pulling in close to 180K on a 48-52 hour work week. As hard as the job gets sometimes (retail) at the end of the day we make a lot to do what we do.
Yeah, but gas is like $20/gal and monthly rent costs more than a modest used car.
 
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Doubt it. One of my friends from high school went to the worst law school in Texas and now she's a corporate attorney for a fortune 500 company. No sympathy at all for the nanny lawyer.
What did I say? Nothing stop you if you have grit.
 

6GodPharm

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Yeah, but gas is like $20/gal and monthly rent costs more than a modest used car.
Gas is about $2.99 a gallon and if you don't live in the big three area (LA, SF or SD) you can profit a TON. You can pay your loans in 3 years outside these areas and once loan is done move into those areas if you desire. I'd rather visit those areas than live but options is there.
 

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See, being a pharmacist or pharmacy manager is worth it. Don't let others discourage you from going to USC, West Coast University, or Chapman even if you have to take out $250k+ student loans.
 
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Yeah, but gas is like $20/gal and monthly rent costs more than a modest used car.
Big deal. We save money from not having to turn on the furnace during the winter.

We also get fresh food. California is also a big agriculture state. Next to the Pacific Ocean = fresh seafood; cattle, chickens...you name it we have it.


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House from 750k and up is nice. 10% state tax. Come to CA and go to USC for your degree. We still make bank. We got beaches! #5 baby! We really have it good!
 

WVUPharm2007

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Big deal. We save money from not having to turn on the furnace during the winter.

We also get fresh food. California is also a big agriculture state. Next to the Pacific Ocean = fresh seafood; cattle, chickens...you name it we have it.


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Yeah...Ill stay on the East Coast.
 
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from the article:
This managerial position usually requires years of experience in addition to a doctoral degree, which all pharmacists are required to have.
hahahahahahahaha. In retail only the newbies want to be manager and they are hired because nobody else will do the job. In hospital, its how good you are at smoozing and kissing up to senior management, the one who is best at that will get the management job regardless of experience.