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active May 12 '16 at 23:08

What job or status can a degree in Political Science secure?

'm considering in majoring in Political Science, but I'm unsure of the career choices available with this degree. I'm plan to use this degree to obtain a job with the United Nations; specifically to work in the Middle East. However, I'm not entirely sure what job I can obtain and the obligations of

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active Oct 17 '16 at 14:13

In favor of International students.There are many international students studying in US but due to expensive tuition fee,living and other expenses they have no other choice than to work off-campus.So how can they maintain their GPA or do well in study?

I am also an international student who wants to do something revolutionary in engineering field.But due to expensive tuition fee,other international students have to sacrifice their study and focus on work due to which they don't do good in their study.Study becomes second priority.

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active Sep 12 '16 at 15:36

As an ambitious college sophomore how do I find an internship?

I want to find one that doesn't mind someone with little experience, but everywhere I look jobs and internships are looking for a lot of experience. I really want as much experience I can get now in sophomore year so that when I apply for competitive jobs in junior and senior year I have a leg up on

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active Aug 09 '16 at 13:57

How strict are law firms and other legal institutions with their age or education requirements for their internships?

Most places I want to intern at either have educational or age requirements that I do not meet as a high schooler, restricting my chance of getting an internship. I plan to major in political science when I go to college and would love some exposure to the legal and governmental world by having an

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active May 25 '16 at 01:52

What's a career that someone with degrees in Political Science and Ancient History could find themselves in?

Hi, I'm a senior in high school and am planing on studying Ancient History and Political Science at TCU. Right now I'm planing on getting a double major in Political Science and Film and getting my PHD in Ancient History. What are some jobs these degrees could provide for me? I'm thinking about gett

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active May 13 '16 at 20:53

I would like to double major in Economics and Political Science and then maybe going towards a law degree, what would be the best way to set up a four year plan to be make double majoring easier or more manageable?

I would really like to go after and tackle a double major but have been put under the impression that if I don't set up a four year plan to allocate time to do so it will become very hard to double major

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active May 13 '16 at 15:35

I want to work in the government and maybe one day even become a politician, would it be possible during college to get an internship under a local government official?

I am really interested in politics and the way the government works and might even want to become an official myself, just wanting to know what kind of options I would have in college to make connections with politicians

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active May 08 '16 at 23:51

What is it like to be a Capitol Hill Lobbist?

I am a high school senior and my intended major in college is political science. I know that I want to be a political insider of some sort. I researched lobbying and I can't seem to find much information. How does one become a lobbyist? What do they do on a daily basis? Do they get to travel a lot

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