Posted October 07, 2018 08:01:03By now, you’ve probably heard that companies are closing offices across the country as they struggle to fill jobs.
But there’s another side to the story: Many workers who’ve been laid off are trying to find new work.
The new jobs are in technology, finance, and law.
And as more companies find themselves in the midst of a tech downturn, some are starting to look at the law to help workers who are struggling.
The number of law firms and firms in the business of law, in particular, is on the rise.
And the demand for lawyers is rising, especially as more states are enacting laws to protect the rights of workers who work for corporations and other large companies.
According to the National Law Journal, the number of firms that provide legal services jumped 15% in 2018, from 11,919 to 16,072.
But the rise has been driven by a number of factors, from the increase in employment to a decline in the number and pay of legal workers.
Law firms are increasingly looking to hire people with experience, experience that may not be in the public sector.
But that may also mean less education and more years of experience, said Jason Lantz, an employment attorney at New York-based Lantz Law.
“We have a perception that the bar is not that strong,” he said.
“We have lawyers in school who have been in school for a while.
And we have people with degrees who are in their 30s who have worked for years.
They may be a good fit for a law firm.
But I think it’s a little different for someone to be a lawyer who has been in law school for three years.
It’s not that we want to be hiring people who are really good lawyers, but there’s a big market out there.”
Lantz Law said that some of its lawyers, who are typically over 60 years old, have a strong résumé that makes them more attractive to firms.
But it’s also possible that they’ve already worked at some of the largest firms and are no longer the best fit for their current clients.
“It’s not about whether you have experience, but if you’re a lawyer and you can make the most of it and the people are willing to pay for it, then that’s a pretty good fit,” he added.
Lantz said it’s important for companies to consider the value of having an experienced team and to ask about their expectations of the new hires.
“You have to be willing to listen to them,” he advised.
“If you’re not, you’re going to be disappointed.”
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