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May 27, 2014 12:00 AM

Law degree not a sure job ticket for Sacramento-area grads

Even as the economy improves, the market for law school graduates in Sacramento and across much of California remains depressed. About 20 percent of the state’s Class of 2013 law school graduates were unemployed and seeking work nine months after graduation, compared to 16 percent of the Class of 2012.

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