I'm currently studying a double bachelor degree in journalism and international relations and I am set to graduate at the end of next year. I have been contemplaiting for the last couple of months about starting a bachelor of law once I complete my double bachelor. My question is, should I do it or should I focus on becoming a journalism?
Here's the thing, I really enjoy my journalism degree and my international relations, they are both pretty great but I've always been fascinated in law and I've always been told that my personality suits that of a lawyer. I'm not sure if I want to continue studying though, I've never enjoyed studying and I'm scared of the work load. Furthermore, I will finish my double bachelor at the age of 21 (almost 22), am I prepared to stay an additional 5 years at university to do a law degree or should I just go into the work force and then come back and complete a post graduate degree in applied law or international law (which will correlate with my international relations degree)?
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Maybe work for a few years, then explore the idea of going back to school1