What Can I Do with a Political Science Degree?

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©2018 • ISBN: 978-1-5063-8691-1 Bundle this book with any CQ Press text for only $5 more! Learn more at *An advanced degree may be required for some of these positions *Complimentary of GOVERNMENT CAREERS • Politician • Staff member for an elected offi cial • Federal government employee • State government employee • Local government employee • Communications aide • Policy advisor • Constituent service employee • Staff member for a Congressional committee • Congressional Budget analyst • Government Accountability Offi ce researcher • White House staff member • Military offi cer • Special Agent • Diplomat • Foreign Service offi cer • Peace Corps volunteer • Administrative Lawyer PRIVATE-SECTOR CAREERS • Attorney (Campaign fi nance, Antitrust, Banking, Constitutional Law, Immigration, et. al.) • Campaign operative • Pollster • Global trade expert • Public administration advisor • Policy evaluator • Lobbyist • PAC or super PAC employee • Nonprofi t worker (American Red Cross, Greenpeace, CARE International, et. al.) • Think Tank researcher and policy writer • Political journalist (Politico, Congressional Quarterly, et. al.) • Media commentator • Communications advisor • K–12 teacher (Civics, American Government, et. al.) ACADEMICS • College instructor • Political Science researcher • Academic advisor • Faculty committee member • Author • Conference chair • Department advisor • Peer reviewer • Dean • Department chair • Provost • University President WHAT CAN I DO WITH A POLITICAL SCIENCE DEGREE? *

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