Jewish Careers

Two Jewish mothers meet in the street, after not having seen each other for many years, and, naturally, Mabel asks Becky about her three sons.

Becky naturally responds: "Well, Irving, he decided to go to medical school. Now he's a doctor, a surgeon, with a fine practice, and he's making over $300,000 a year. Max, he went to dental school, and also started up a fine practice, and he's making over $200,000 a year."

Mabel inquires further, "What about your youngest son, Sheldon?" Becky replies, " Oy, we hate to talk about that. After high school, he decided to go to a Yeshiva, become a rabbi. What kind of a job is that for a Jewish boy?"

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