Economy is rebounding and likely to create more attorney jobs
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
The economy is rebounding and likely to create more attorney jobs. ‘This is good news for the legal industry after the economic downturn,’ says Harrison Barnes, Chief Executive Officer at BCG Attorney Search.
Initially Robyn Ginsberg, Senior Managing Director-East Coast at BCG Attorney Search reported that the Philadelphia legal market is showing clear signs of a consistent increase in lateral law firm activity. Now there is favorable news coming from Arizona too.
The median annual salary for an attorney in Arizona has risen to $100,000 and more attorney jobs are likely to be created this year in the state. BCG Attorney Search supports the finding that attorney jobs will rise. Additional opportunities in Arizona have been observed by BCG on its recruiting website while doing an attorney jobs search. The findings are in line to the survey conducted by the State Bar of Arizona.
The State Bar of Arizona surveys its members with regard to the state of the legal profession in Arizona every three years. Its recent survey of working attorneys, designed to tap into the economics of law practices in the state, was e-mailed to 17,500 attorneys. Even though 2,000 surveys were returned, the State Bar has been able to get a fair picture of the positive scenario in Arizona.
Rick DeBruhl, Chief Communications Officer at the Arizona State Bar informs that the survey has been able to indicate how the legal sector is doing in comparison to other employment sectors in the state and clearly reveals that the economy is bouncing back and attorney jobs will increase.
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