Looking to be a lawyer? A recent study explored the relationship between LSAT scores, first year salary and student unemployment rates.
Yale, University of Chicago, and Harvard top the list with the highest salary rankings and lowest unemployment rates.
"The chart lists various LSAT scores from 145 to 170 and the corresponding schools that admitted approximately fifty percent (50%) of applicants with those scores. When graduates from these represented schools are analyzed post-graduation in terms of starting salary and likelihood of securing gainful employment, the LSAT score paints an incredibly accurate picture of what graduates entering the private sector can expect to earn, as well as the unemployment rate those students will find themselves facing at graduation."
Click the link below to check out the chart!