Haha, yeah. I'm happy with where I am now, but if I'd known what a pain it would be to get here I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have bothered with law school. On the other hand, I think I'm in a pretty good career for my skills and personality, abstractly. And I don't know what I would be doing otherwise. Some "business" job I guess, but I sure wouldn't have gotten hired based on my college major or interviewing skills or networking ability. So I probably wouldn't be doing better than I'm doing now, butI would have taken on a lot less debt to do it. I think I did get lucky. It took me 2.5 years after graduation to find a job as a lawyer (gosh, that sucks to type out), but for 1.5 years of that time I had an ok job that paid decently and got me some good, nonlegal skills/knowledge that I still use a lot in my current legal job.