According to a recent study, lawyers still make more than their peers in the legal profession.
A survey by McKinsey & Co. showed that lawyers earn a median of $100,000 per year, compared to $85,000 for other career fields.
McKinsey also found that in 2017, more than half of the lawyers surveyed were paying more than $200,000 in salary.
However, the firm found that this salary was not evenly distributed across the profession.
For example, lawyers in the finance, health, and legal fields had the highest median pay, at $202,800, while lawyers in accounting, legal technology, and law administration had the lowest median pay at $150,600.
These differences could be due to different types of jobs.
For instance, in finance, lawyers may be more likely to work in the public sector or for a company that has a large legal department.
But in accounting and legal technology jobs, a large number of people are typically hired through outside firms, which could also be a factor.
In 2018, the average salary for lawyers increased slightly, from $200k to $212k, while the median pay increased slightly from $130k to an average of $140k.
But the study also found some key differences in how lawyers are paid across the various professions.
The study found that lawyers are paying more for services and more for education, whereas other professionals are paying less for these services and less for education.
For one thing, in the accounting and law management fields, lawyers are generally paid more for the same services as other professionals.
For another, the law firms that hire lawyers are typically more conservative, according to the McKinsey report.
In other words, law firms tend to spend more time looking for candidates with the right background and skills.
According to McKinsey, in 2017 and 2018, law firm pay for lawyers rose in tandem with the rise in compensation for lawyers across all other professions.
In 2019, the median annual salary for law firms in the United States rose by $1,600, and median annual pay for legal professionals in the U.S. rose by the same amount.
The firm also found a strong correlation between compensation for law and legal skills.
For legal professionals, the higher the median salary, the more skill and education the job requires.
The report also found, however, that there was an overall trend for lawyers to pay less in the last five years.
The median annual compensation for legal managers rose by just $7,400 from $167,000 to $170,000.
Lawyers were paid a median salary of $159,000, which is below the median compensation for other professionals in 2018.
The average salary of lawyers in 2018 was $159k.
According of the McKinseys report, lawyers also had lower earnings in 2017 compared to 2017.
In 2017, the salary for a lawyer was $166,400, compared with $173,200 for a non-lawyer.
However in 2018, lawyers earned $153,000 less than non-practicing lawyers, which was a decline of nearly $6,000 from 2017.
While the McKinays report notes that the rise of lawyers has led to a higher cost of living for their clients, McKinsey believes that the pay gap is more about the gap in compensation.
“We find that a lot of lawyers feel that they’re paying more, and that it’s because they have better qualifications,” said Laura Jorgensen, vice president of research and consulting for McKinsey.
Jorgenson pointed to a McKinsey survey that found that nearly two-thirds of lawyers said that lawyers have more experience, and a third of lawyers say that lawyers get higher pay than other professionals, and only 15 percent said that they get less pay.
She also noted that lawyers also earn more money in the year following their retirement, compared.
With the increasing costs of living, she said, it is likely that lawyers will continue to earn less.
However for people with disabilities, the situation is different.
According the McKinys report, about 70 percent of lawyers who are disabled are working in non-profit, government, and private industries, while a smaller percentage work in law firms and legal organizations.
The number of lawyers with disabilities in the US is rising, and McKinsey says that the proportion of lawyers working with disabilities is expected to grow by an additional 9 percent between 2018 and 2027.
“Lawyers with disabilities represent a growing segment of the workforce, and we are seeing that the average pay for them has increased,” Jorgensen said.
“While the proportion with disabilities may be increasing, the gap between the earnings of those with disabilities and the earnings for non-disabled workers is widening.”
A McKinsey study by the US Chamber of Commerce found that, in 2018 and 2019, about one-third of lawyers were earning less than the national median income.
“The trend for