Four year old offers career advice

By Lawyers Weekly|03 March 2012

Pursuing a career as a garbage man is a better than slumming it as a lawyer, according to a four-year-old girl in the US. As reported by Above the Law, the four-year-old niece of a recent…

Pursuing a career as a garbage man is a better than slumming it as a lawyer, according to a four-year-old girl in the US.

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As reported by Above the Law, the four-year-old niece of a recent Harvard Law School graduate has offered her thoughts on his occupation in a backyard video interview.

Asked by her uncle whether he should be a lawyer, four-year-old Amelia simply says "no" and suggests other occupations such as a "space man", doctor or "trash man" as much better alternatives.

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Asked why he shouldn't become a lawyer, Amelia answers frankly: "Because there are enough lawyers...There are just too many".

Clearly wise beyond her years, Amelia then asks her uncle, "Do you know how many lawyers are sad?"

Not too happy with his niece's suggestion that he become a space man or garbage men, Amelia's uncle asks what else he can be, to which she simply replies with a sigh, "Ahh...I'm not sure".

To hear Amelia's career advice visit: http://www.youtube.com/embed/EmCc2GjZqUI

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