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Why Lawyers and Bankers Are Leaving Their Jobs (and Where They’re Going)

This article is from our friends at LearnVest, a leading site for personal finance.

In 2010, Daniel Devoe was fresh out of Boston University’s School of Law when he landed what should have been a dream job: a spot at Ropes & Gray, a major corporate law firm in Boston.

Seduced by the high salary and the firm’s international prestige, Devoe eagerly signed on as an associate. But he began having second thoughts within a few months.

Read the source article at The Daily Muse


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