Weekly Photo Challenged: Resolved

Okay, so this isn’t exactly a resolved issue. This question has been bugging me for a long time. As my graduation is fast approaching, I feel that time is running out and that I’m gonna need an answer soon.

Taken at home. Again.

Taken at home. Again.

Should I go to law school or should I get a job?

Feel free to leave advice in the comments section below. Don’t forget to check out the other posts on this week’s theme.

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7 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenged: Resolved

  1. I guess it all depends on what you want to do with your life. If you want to sell shoes, then I would advise not to go to law school 😉

    Personally, I have found that if there is indecisiveness about goals and no strong, burning desire to better your mind through a structured environment, then committing to an educational program is the absolute worst thing you can do.

    Good luck! This is a big decision.

    • I don’t think selling shoes is the kind of job I wanna get into. Hahaha.

      Back in high school, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do with my life. I thought of following my dad’s footsteps and being a lawyer. I’m now taking up BS Economics minor in Law and Politics as a preparatory course for law. My time in college is making me think of other opportunities, though. Must be all the economic ideas I’m learning. Must be my thesis…

      Thanks for the advice!

    • My current program requires me to take a few law classes. To name them, there’s Political Law, Public International Law, and Obligations and Contracts. I had a bad experience with the first two but I’m doing pretty well with ObliCon right now.

      I’m considering a job in the public sector. I feel it suits me better than working for a private entity. In either case, I’d still like to go part time in photography.

      Thanks for your thoughts!

  2. Why are you thinking about going to Law School? Are you passionate about it? I was passionate about law, and after a law degree and two master degrees in law I realized it wasn’t not working for me. I was not happy. So, I decided to pursue something I did for therapy: cooking. The pay is not the same, but the peace of mind, and joy from doing what I absolutely love is priceless. Just wanted to tell you the decision is yours, do not let anybody or anything influence your decision, because in the end, it is your life and noboby else’s. You are the one who will be living with the consequences.Good luck on everything!

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