I just graduated with a BA in History from UF last month. I had an interview today with Suntrust Bank for an entry level teller position, I intend on working for a few years before maybe pursuing law school. The interview went well, i think I presented myself well and answered all the questions they asked well. They told me they have 2 other potential candidates to interview and I should know by early next week. Now, I am making this post because I wanted to see if theres any bankers out there? I'm curious exactly how much career potential a teller position with a BA can offer me, I want to know what the advice of some seasoned GT'ers is in regard to a banking career. Or perhaps, a banking career vs eventually attending law school? At the moment my options seem open, but truly I am unemployed and have been increasingly bored and tired of having no job related responsibility. I NEED something to fill the void that school left, so I decided to get a job and see where that takes me. I'm already qualified to apply for law school in the Fall, I have taken the LSAT and have registered with the LSAC and have letters of reccomendation and my transcripts sent in. The original plan was to apply for law school and go in the Fall, so I would still need to get a job in the interim period, however the economic climate has made me question the large debt that I would incur as a result of law school. (UF and FSU law schools are only 11k/year, but I am unlikely to be accepted by either.) Thanks for any tips you guys may have!