About the job:
As a Political Scientist, your job is to study the origin, development, and operation of political systems. You may study topics, such as public opinion, political decision-making, and ideology. Your job may also include analyzing the structure and operation of governments, as well as various political entities. Tasks can include conducting public opinion surveys, analyzing election results, or analyzing public documents.
As a Political Scientist, you must be prepared to:
- Learn a few techniques that will help you handle difficult people and situations
- Study for long hours with great focus
- Deal with strong feelings and a great deal of stress
As a Political Scientist, you may get to:
- Work in public, private and nonprofit sectors
- Feel personally rewarded by the good you do for society
- Possibly build a career working for Businesses, NGOs, International Organizations or in High-Level Government Office, Journalism, Research or Publishing
- 40 hours a week
Additional hours to finish reports and meet deadlines may be required.
Are you the right fit?
Will you make money?
- In order to become a Political Scientist, you will need a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science, Public Administration or a related field
- A Master's Degree or PH.D. in Political Science or Public Administration is also highly recommended
Steps you can take today:
- You can start by becoming aware of the social issues causing trouble to people around. You can participate in debates, get involved in NGOs and try to make a difference on a small scale. This will help you to shape your decisions and influence others in the right way.
- The more you educate yourself about current affairs, your knowledge will enhance and you will be able to compete on a larger platform. Enlighten yourself of the ills of humanity and work towards the betterment of the society.
There is a small fee of $75 for participating in this activity, which also includes a meal, a take home certificate, and more.
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