lawyer or vet.
why is it the best and why it is not.
thanks just need some opinions
kaleyWhich is the best job and why? please help need advice?
If you're talking in terms of which you would be best training for then it is a matter of personal opinion. Both are demanding professions and relatively well paid ones too so you need to decide what sort of work you'd be happier doing.
If you are hopelessly torn between the two options then you might like to try and arrange work experience at a lawyers' office and a veterinary practice for a week or two to give you a better idea of what you can expect from each career.Which is the best job and why? please help need advice?
You have to ask yourself what you really want, working as a vet would mean being around animals and having to go out on site sometimes whereas as a lawyer you're likely to be in an office or court a lot of the time. Think about what your strengths are and where you want to work and that should help you make up your mind.
too many lawyers and everyone hates them
That depends on what you are looking for, and what you enjoy most. Working with animals and trying to free animal.
Lawyer for the money and the lying. Vet for the fuzzy feelings
vet -at least the clients ar guaranteed to be honest
I could never defend someone charged with murder, esp. if I thought he/she was guilty.
That question is totally opinion based.
Lawyers have to go through 4 years of regular college and then a crazy LSAT exam which makes no sense. After they sit 3 years in law school, they sit at home looking for work and wonder why they cant find a job even though they graduated with a 3.8 GPA. There is too much competition when it comes to lawyers, but if you are good at it, you can get paid very well. If you can argue well, it is also a great hobby.
Vet on the other hand is more of a less stressful and less competitive market.
Maybe combining the two and becoming a lawyer that defends animals is your gig!
They are both great service professions that take several more years of college and have a different type of liability strapped to them. It is really what yor heart decides to do. Lawyers can make good money and pick who they want to represent if they have their own firm. Vets get to be around animals all day long which is cool if you like animals. I dont know the hours fr vets though but sure there is more liability than lawyers in having to take care of the animals people leave with you.