warrior of the wetlands
- Oct 12, 2005
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- Political Leaning
- Libertarian - Right
128shot said:just to re-inforce the point.
Career development is cruicial between these years. 25-30.
Guess when most people have kids?
the less educated the younger. When I was at law school, I can't think of more than a couple people (save for some older students who had careers and then entered law school) who had children. The only one I can specifically remember was an orthodox Jewish Girl-that apparently was common but it didn't stop her from making Law Review even though it took her a couple extra years to graduate. None of the associates at my old firm had kids when they started at the firm. My son wasn't born til I was 38-that is rare and we wanted a kid earlier, However, very few of my friends who are 6 figure earners had children before they were in their late 20's