I graduated about a year ago from law school, and I've been unemployed for most of the time since then. In case anyone here is considering law school: DO NOT GO, LAW SCHOOLS ARE A SHAM! They churn out way more lawyers than there are law jobs.
Anyway, my wife thinks it's probably best for me to go back to school and do something else. I decided I'll give it a shot. I've been researching careers, and I think urban planning would be interesting. But I am wondering if it is a good choice career-wise. I don't want to end up in the same boat as I did after law school (i.e., unemployed). Is it hard to land an urban planning job? Do most students have jobs lined up before graduation? Is there a specific area I should get into to leverage my law degree?