An all-female law firm is turning heads in Chicago with a new billboard and a blunt message:
"Life's Short. Get a Divorce.''
The billboard, sponsored by Fetman, Garland & Associates, Ltd., a firm that specializes in divorce cases, features the six-pack abs of a headless male torso and tanned female cleavage heaving forth from a black lace bra.
The ad is the brainchild of Corri Fetman, who told ABC News' Law & Justice Unit, "Law firm advertising is boring...Everything's always the same. It's lawyers in libraries with a suit on and the law books behind them. They don't say anything. What, I should hire you because you have a law degree? C'mon. So we wanted to try s
In the United States the high school curriculum is geared toward college-bound students. 1 However, this model does not work for all students. Some students might be more inclined to go into the trades and taking classes with the goal of going to a vocational school after graduation, would go a long way to develop skills they will need.
Not only is vocational school the personal preference of many students, but the demand for skilled workers also is on the rise as Baby Boomers retire. 2HVAC