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No? Really?!

ADD_stress.jpgThis may come as a complete surprise to most of you, but it’s apparently true: Lawyers are in it for the money.

A recent survey by Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions found money held different levels of influence among pre-law and pre-med students who took the LSAT and MCAT entrance exams.
The survey, which polled about 1,000 pre-med and pre-law students, found that more pre-law students were concerned about the potential of future earnings in their chosen profession than pre-med students, director of MCAT programs for Kaplan Matt Fidler said.

I know! I know! I’m just as flabbergasted as you are! And here I thought that most lawyers worked 2400 hours a year to allow wealthy people to maintain and/or increase their wealth out of the goodness of their hearts.