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    Which one in your opinion is better?
    Which one is better as a career (as in salary)


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    Depends on what kind of a person you are. A science geek would be an awful lawyer. Yet in pharmocology he could be awesome.
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    Im good at both looooll
    I have english skills but science skills too..
    I just want a career that im going to enjoyyy??
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    I hope you get into a career just because of the money and end up hating it.

    I hate people who do that.
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    (Original post by TarikBu)
    Im good at both looooll
    I have english skills but science skills too..
    I just want a career that im going to enjoyyy??
    Then I envy you for still having the choice. I only realised this summer that what I really wanted to do with my life was Law, but it was too late as I'd already got an offer for medicine, and the grades for it. Only go into law if you've got incredible people skills, and a very good and loquent way of talking and explaining things, and an incredibly quick mind. That's my advice.
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    If you're in two minds,i suggest you focus everything on one career path.

    The most succesful people are those who are very clear about where they want their career going and work soley to that goal.

    Personally, I think the top salaries in law are higher than pharmacology;but i also think that getting a well paid job in law would be more difficult (although you can't get a top job in pharmacology without a masters or PhD either)

    Go with what ever you want, we can;tdecide your career for you, but i personally wud stay clear of law because i've always thought that finding jobs in law are very difficult.
 
 
 
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