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How Much Lawyers Earn In Australia?

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Ray Hueston answered
Lawyers in Australia can earn a wide range of salaries depending on their reputation, experience and seniority in a firm. Standard wages can begin at $50,000 a year and go up to $1.5 million for the lawyers who become involved within politics and high media cases. Being realistic is important though. When you are beginning a career, it’s unlikely that you will be propelled to high wages overnight and without hard work and effort. This is just like every other high-profile job: It will take work to get to the top salaries within this competitive sector.

However, the amount that lawyers earn in Australia, no matter how high or low they are on the scale of pay, is still very high compared to other jobs that there available to people in the country. This is simply due to the amount of studying and work that comes with the profession. Dedication is the key if you are training to be a lawyer. Whether you are immigrating to Australia or want to change your current profession, you need to show that you are hardworking and dedicated. This is going to ensure that you are successful and you will become well respected for you work.

Simply researching how much lawyers earn in Australia is going to give you a good idea about whether it is going to give you the lifestyle that you want. If you are prepared to put all the work in, then the benefits are going be seen over the years when you slowly earn more money. Just like any other profession, you can’t go straight in at the top, so take the time and effort to make it happen for yourself because no one else can.
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Amanda Wells answered
It seems to vary from about 50,000 to 80.000 Australian dollars, but that is for an attorney and of course there are so many different kinds of legal work - a lot of lawyers would earn very much more than this. If you look at this calculator and put in information about different types of legal work, you can get some more exact answers.

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