It turns out that women really like men who have a gift with words and rhetoric, preferring lawyers by a substantial margin. It's unclear if this attraction boils down to the fact that being hit on an argument is a big turn-on or if lawyers generally rank at the higher end of earning potential. With a multitude of positions and a growing range of practice areas, law offers you the opportunity to specialize in what you find personally interesting. Family law, environment and criminal law are just some of the paths you can follow.
Surprisingly, being a lawyer was ranked as the most attractive profession among both sexes, while those who identified themselves as analysts were left behind for men. However, keep in mind that not all lawyers make a lot of money. It may depend on the size of the employer, the level of experience and the geographical region. Lawyers employed in large law firms, major metropolitan areas and the most in-demand specialties generally earn the highest incomes.
Those who work in the public sector, as in legal aid services, not so much. Lawyers are uniquely positioned to help individuals, groups and organizations with their legal issues and to promote the public good. Public interest lawyers defend legal causes for the good of society and help those in need of legal assistance who might not otherwise be able to afford a lawyer. B) Being a surgeon isn't exactly easy, you're smart or at least dedicated, that's attractive.
C) and then there are the points you do is a job that is dedicated to saving lives that is bloody incredible.