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Are careers in education policy hard to come by?

Updated Austin, Texas

I was recently accepted to an online Master in Education program in Education Policy and Leadership, but I am concerned that it might be hard to find a specific role in my field without having to deviate much or sort of "invent" something.

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Carol’s Answer

Updated Alpharetta, Georgia

Hi Erica;

While I have not recruited specifically for Educational Policy positions, I have found that the best way to find out about any career is to go online and ask. I used Google. Here is what I found. If you look at multiple sites look for consistencies in what they say. Below are a few sites to get you started.

Hope this helps. Feel free to reach back out.

Carol


Educational Policy Development Jobs, Employment | Indeed.com

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Salary: Education Policy Analyst | Glassdoor

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EDUCATION POLICY: CAREER EXPLORATION AND JOB SEARCHING

https://www.tc.columbia.edu/education-policy.../EPOL_career_guide_handbook.pdf

V. Searching for Jobs. VI. Informational Interviews. VII. Utilizing Social Media. VIII. Interviewing for a Job. IX. Salary Negotiation. “Education is the most powerful.