Corporate Lawyer vs. Chartered Accountant
Who would you say has more job opportunities in the business field, corporate lawyers or chartered accountants? CA's not only work in accounting positions, but many other fields in a business (managerial, director etc.); however, it seems a corporate lawyer only has the option of working in the legal department of a company. As well, not every company has a legal department, whereas every company has a finance/accounting department. I'm interested in knowing what options are available for corporate lawyer who decide not to work with law firms? Is it only Government, in-house at some places?