The United States has the highest percentage of lawyers in the world.
This year, lawyers are the number one paid occupation for lawyers in America, and they make up about 20% of all lawyers, according to the American Bar Association.
A survey conducted in 2017 by the Washington, D.C.-based firm Public Policy Polling showed that attorneys were the second most likely job for Americans to choose after nurses, and the highest paid occupation overall.
But the top ten most dangerous jobs for lawyers have changed dramatically over the years.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the most dangerous job for a lawyer is a judge.
This was a position that had not been held by a judge since 1946, when it was first created in the early 20th century.
The highest-paying position for a judge in the country is an associate at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, according the Washington Post.
It was a very different position from that in which lawyers had been hired.
In the mid-1930s, judges were usually in the office of the chief justice of the United States.
In other words, the chief justices of the state and local courts had more power in shaping laws and decisions.
Today, however, judges are the only position where lawyers are employed, and many of them are appointed by the president.
These days, the job is almost completely automated, with most lawyers taking over from people who have been in the job for decades.
The top 10 most dangerous positions for lawyers are: Judge Assistant: Associate at the United State Court of Appeal for the District of Columbia.
Attorney Assistant: Attorney in a private law firm, with a practice in civil litigation.
Attorney General: Attorney representing a federal agency or an executive branch agency in litigation.
Judge Advocate General: A federal judge in a civil or criminal matter.
Associate Attorney General, an attorney who advises the attorney general on the administration of criminal laws and the enforcement of the laws.
Attorney Deputy Attorney General and Associate Deputy Attorney Generals, the latter two being attorneys with a variety of positions.
Attorney of the Circuit: A judge appointed by a state supreme court.
Judge of the Court of the Appeals for an appellate court.
Associate Judge of an appellate or judicial court.
Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights: An attorney with an ongoing, multi-year litigation program and is involved in advocacy, including litigation in the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department.
Deputy Attorney Director for the Office of Civil Rights, which oversees the Civil Division.
Attorney for the Courts: A position that involves handling civil rights complaints in federal court.
Attorney in the U-District of Texas: A job that involves representing and defending civil rights and other civil rights matters before federal and state courts.
Associate in Criminal Law: A private practice in criminal law.
Associate at Large: A lawyer at large who specializes in a range of areas.
Associate District Attorney: A legal position that requires the services of attorneys in several different jurisdictions, typically in the criminal or criminal justice area.
Assistant District Attorney, a position in which attorneys from different jurisdictions assist one another in making the criminal justice system work better for all citizens.
Legal Assistant: A member of a law firm who has an existing or prospective client relationship with a prosecutor.
Lawyer for Public Interest Law: This is a position where attorneys work with clients on a variety and often overlapping matters.
They may work on matters pertaining to the environment, immigration and other issues.
Assistant Public Interest Litigation Counselor: A law firm that specializes in public interest litigation, such as environmental litigation or the criminal law field.
Law Student: This role involves developing and advancing legal knowledge in law school.
Associate Assistant Professor of Law: An assistant professor of law who specializes on topics in the law.
Judge: The highest paid position for lawyers.
A judge, or judge advocate, is a person who is a member of the judiciary and appointed by one of the branches of government.
This is usually the Supreme Court, the highest court in the United Kingdom.
A court judge, as a judge advocate or judge, has a limited amount of power over the laws, regulations and procedures that apply to judges, but has a major influence on how courts operate.
A judges seat on the U,S.
Supreme Court has been vacant since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February 2017.
However, judges who hold a seat on that court for less than four years are generally considered to be judges, and are therefore often held in high regard.
The number of positions for which lawyers make more than $1 million has more than tripled in the past three decades.
One of the most common jobs for attorneys is a lawyer for a defense attorney, who is the most lucrative job in America.
The second most common is a law clerk, who makes $1.7 million.
A law clerk can help lawyers and their clients prepare and defend cases before trial judges, judges in district courts and