We decided to bring you a list of the best states for jobs for Associate Attorneys, considering how big the profession is in the United States.
Associate Attorney positions are available in every area, but not all places are the same -- they do not offer the same wages, benefits, time off, etc.
We wanted to look at where Associate Attorneys have it the best -- where there are plenty of jobs to go around and people get paid what they deserve during every phase of their career.
61% of people in the field are White, while 14% are Hispanic or Latino.
an Associate Attorney will most commonly be promoted to Attorney.
To determine the best states for Associate Attorneys, we looked at the our most recent data, and then we ranked each of the 50 states from best to worst.
So without further delay, here is the list of best states for Associate Attorneys.
If you're interested, you can read more about the job scene here:
1. New York
2. District of Columbia