Heard the one about the lawyer who couldn't find a job? No? Well, keep listening -- they're all over the place. The Labor Department says that white-collar unemployment is the highest it's ever been. Unemployed professionals, even those with stellar credentials, now take longer to find work than they used to. The result is a growing number of lawyers practicing something they never expected: long-term joblessness.
The Attorney, Unemployed
The National Law Journal
April 10, 2003
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