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I have been accepted to both UBC CS (two year program) and U of T law school.

Which one should I pursue as a career, considering the potential pay and lifestyle?

I already have a bachelor's degree in healthcare. 

 

Thanks!

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Which do you want to do? Going through the rigour of law school for a paycheque is a bad idea. If you truly want to practice law, then it's the only way to reach that end. 

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CS as in computer science?

If so then I'd pick law school. If you like programming, cyber security, etc.  do it on the side. Law is hard (and will get you in trouble if you don't have a degree) to do as a hobby. But you should also factor in time, cost, opportunity costs etc...

Like you, I was interested in both fields and I'm glad I picked law.

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8 hours ago, Usedsky123 said:

I have been accepted to both UBC CS (two year program) and U of T law school.

Which one should I pursue as a career, considering the potential pay and lifestyle?

I already have a bachelor's degree in healthcare. 

 

Thanks!

You need to be far more specific. There is no way that you will receive meaningful advice on this board (or any board) when the only details are your undergrad in healthcare, and your interest in "pay" and "lifestyle".  

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sounds like you are not sure about either. i don't think you should expect randoms on the internet to help make this important decision for you, esp given the scant info you provided

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