I'm 22 and will graduate in May with a BS in Finance. I have a shit GPA, but can probably still get a job paying 35-45k out of school. I took the LSAT and scored in the 95th percentile, so I can go to a state school for free or cheap, and maybe even a t10 with tons of debt. Is going for a JD, or JD/MBA a wise choice right now? Another option would be working for 2-4 years, paying off my undergrad debt, and getting my CFA certification during that time. Work experience would make a t10 law school a certainty (namely Northwestern). However, working a few years for 35k seems like a waste of time. I feel like I could probably be making $16-18 an hour in manufacturing by now if I had started that 4 years ago instead of a degree. Thoughts?