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" ... competition for jobs. As in the past, some graduates may have to accept positions in areas outside their field of interest or for which they feel they are overqualified. "
Occupational Outlook Handbook - Page 144
by Estados Unidos. Department of Labor - 2000 - 568 pages
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Occupational Outlook Handbook

Occupations - 1993
...they are overqualifed or in areas outside their field of interest. They may have to enter fields where legal training is an asset but not normally a requirement. For example, banks, insurance firms, real estate companies, government agencies, and other organizations seek law...
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Occupational Outlook Handbook

Occupations - 1995
...their field of interest or for which they feel they are overqualified. They may have to enter jobs for which legal training is an asset but not normally a requirement. For example, banks, insurance firms, real estate companies, government agencies, and other organizations seek law...
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Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1994-1995

DIANE Publishing Company - 1994 - 350 pages
...their field of interest or for which they feel they are overqualified. They may have to enter jobs for which legal training is an asset but not normally a requirement. For example, banks, insurance firms, real estate companies, government agencies, and other organizations seek law...
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Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1996-1997

DIANE Publishing Company - 1996 - 507 pages
...their field of interest or for which they feel they are overqualified. They may have to enter jobs for which legal training is an asset but not normally a requirement. For example, banks, insurance firms, real estate companies, government agencies, and other organizations seek law...
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REA's Authoritative Guide to the Top 100 Careers to Year 2005

Research and Education Association - Business & Economics - 1997 - 359 pages
...their field of interest or for which they feel they are overqualified. They may have to enter jobs for which legal training is an asset but not normally a requirement. For example, banks, insurance firms, real estate companies, government agencies, and other organizations seek law...
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Occupational Outlook Handbook

Occupations - 1998
...outside their field of interest or for which they feel overqualified. They may choose to enter jobs for which legal training is an asset, but not normally...companies, government agencies, and other organizations. Some recent law school graduates who are unable to find permanent positions are turning to the growing...
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Occupational Outlook Handbook: Bulletin 2570

Us Dept of Labor, Bureau Of Labor Statistics - Occupations - 2008 - 696 pages
...administrative, managerial, and husiness positions in hanks, insurance firms, real,estate companies, govemment agencies, and other organizations. Employment opportunities...graduates may have to accept positions in areas outside of their field of interest or for which they feel overqualified. Some recent law school graduates who...
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Careers for Persuasive Types & Others who Won't Take No for an Answer

Jan Goldberg - Business & Economics - 2007 - 221 pages
...schools will have the best job opportunities. Perhaps as a result of competition for attorney positions, lawyers are increasingly finding work in nontraditional...training is an asset but not normally a requirement, such as administrative, managerial, and business positions in banks, insurance firms, real estate companies,...
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