Option 1 after you get your master's in political science is you can go on for a PhD in political science. Option 2 is you can get a job. (Scroll to the bottom for helpful links--social scientists with methods training have opportunities in non-profits, NGOs, IOs, government agencies, research institutions, and more.) Recently I selected option 2. I start my new job on October 28! Because I did not foresee this happening, and because hunting for non-academic jobs is very much not a discussion topic within academia in my experience, I'm writing about it here. I hope to save someone else some of the anguish I experienced, and also I hope to help someone else find their perfect job. Timeline of my experience: Dec 2009: ...
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