im doing my third yr in university majoring in economics and accounting.and of course at this age and time,i do not have enough money to do major investments in real estate.i'm however improving my financial knowledge and literacy but at the same time would love to do some '1st hand' physical work.i'm thinking of maybe taking up internship at a real estate firm or a law firm dealing in property law just to learn the ropes.which one of these two would you suggest?i'm a big dreamer and would eventually want to have commercial estates, residential estates, shopping malls, hotels restaurants. any other advice and tips will be strongly appreciated. p.s i'm based in botswana,africa and im a twenty year old female

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