By:Na’Kyla Pryor My Career Job
Introduction • Hello, My Name is Nakyla Pryor. I’m currently 14 years old. I am a current B honor roll student. I am here today to tell you about what I want to do for my career. I really haven’t thought about what I want to do for my career. If I had to choose then my first choice would have to be a lawyer. If I do this then I would be the first of my family to become 1. I say a lawyer because you can yell at people, you make a lot of money, and you get to wear really nice suites. I am going to discuss and explain all of these reasons with you about why I choose this job.
First Example • The first reason why I want to be a lawyer is because I can yell at people. I say this because I love to yell at people. Also I have a very loud voice. So if the other lawyer is trying to over talk me then all I have to do is talk even louder. I will yell at the felony that I will have them crying out the truth. I might just win every case that I will ever have because of my top notch yelling skills.
How a lawyer relates to Math? • An attorney writes a brief case in which he has to convince the judge that his client should win the case, he structures it just like a geometric proof. The study of mathematics in which you have to find the wagers of criminal’s bail. They also use math to estimate their daily salary.
Another Reason • Another reason why I want to be a lawyer is because they make money. Why do you think they have endless shifts all the time. Also they have really big houses, They can go on expensive vacations. How else do you think they pay for their nice suites.
Finally…. • Lastly, a reason why I want to be a lawyer because they wear some really nice suites. I mean if you ever watch some of those celebrity judges show’s, they have awesome suites. If I get a suite then I would totally own that suite. Then I would have to go to court because they are going to sue me because of my rocking suit.
What lawyers make? • In 2002, the median annual earnings of all lawyers was $90,290. The middle half of the occupation earned between $61,060 and $136,810. The lowest paid 10 percent earned less than $44,490; at least 10 percent earned more than $145,600. Median annual earnings in the industries employing the largest numbers of lawyers in 2002 are given in the following tabulation: • * Management of companies and enterprises $131,970 * Federal government $98,790 * Legal services $93,970 • * Local government $69,710 * State government $67,910
Conclusion: • My conclusion is that I want to be a lawyer. I say this because they wear really nice suites, they make a lot of money, and they get to yell at people just for justice. I have also told you how much money they make on their daily salary. These are all of the reasons why I want to be a lawyer.