I won't add to the smackdown that JeffM has gotten elsewhere, both here and on JDUnderground (everyone but he himself is aware of it; his self-esteem is protecting him well. He almost had me persuaded at one point). I would add one thing to address his arguments further. He does what I might call the self-contradictory combination of selective out-of-context facts and woo-woo:
Out-of-context Fact: "There is enough demand for legal services that the median income for those who hold occupations as attorneys is $115k."
But that doesn't count unemployed attorneys and includes big-pocket BigFlaw partners!
But what if everyone adopts your attitude: there still wouldn't be enough jobs?Woo-Woo: "It doesn't matter whether we can absorb 1 million grads. I don't plan my day tomorrow on the off-chance a North Korean nuke will hit my back-yard."
Out-of-Context fact: "It's a false proposition. The statistics will NOT LIE. Period. This, by definition, means that there will always remain a sizable segment who will NOT adopt the right approach."
Statistics? Why do you think your own personal career, started decades ago, applies to others, especially recent grads?
And so, we see that if even if we know nothing else, a self-contradiction cannot be so. O, you silly Scam-Deniers!Woo-Woo: "I don't care to philosophize about it. I am more of a non-fiction sort of person."