Law Clerks generally receive a Bachelor's degree before they enter the job market.
Once employed, Law Clerks can expect to earn an average of $42,000 per year throughout their career.
In addition, over the coming 10 years Law Clerks will see a moderate decline in jobs available within their industry. They will likely experience a decline in employment of -1.2%. In respect to starting your own business, Law Clerks are fairly entrepreneurial in nature. Currently, 11.5% of the employment base is classified as self-employed.
Given the job environment today, Law Clerks can consider themselves quite lucky, as only 3.3% are currently unemployed.
A pre-law degree is any degree which would allow someone to enroll for law school. All ABA law schools require at least a bachelors degree for North American students. Therefore, it is not a major, but any set of courses within any bachelors degree program (whether required as part of a major or elective) ...more