The level of people we have doing really low end jobs is frightening. You have lost graduate qualified aspiring lawyers in archiving or secretarial roles simply to get a law firm on the cv.
That falls within my somewhat wise definition of 'works in IT', Muddy.
A lawyer is a generic term for anyone employedwithin a legal role. So the legal telephone advisor, the university graduate carring the files, right through to the qc.
Just to clarify......Solicitor, not lawyer.
Bob does IT. Now I know that is a very wide profession and these guys specialise but that is all I know.
But surely you could compete in more than one champs? Isn't competing in and competing for very different?
Yes if that's your county of birth. Feasibly you could do both.
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