Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) International Careers Guide: Options in the Field
The Jackson School is a member of the APSIA network of schools around the world who are dedicated to the improvement of professional education in international affairs and the advancement thereby of international understanding, prosperity, peace, and security. The Career Services offices at APSIA member schools collaborated to produce the International Careers Guide with the intent for it to serve as a resource in our students' career searches.
This International Careers Guide is available to current Jackson School undergraduate majors, current graduate students, and program alumni. To receive the password to view these documents, please contact JSIS Career Services.
How to Use the Guide:
The Guide is 110 pages total and addresses 29 career areas. While students are welcome to read the entire guide, we have separated it into entries by professional area for easy reference.
Each entry includes the following information: descriptions of the field, career paths, salary information, demand, minimum qualifications, sample employers, future challenges, publications, and resources.
The guide was written primarily for a graduate student audience, but it's information is also very relevant for undergraduates and recent alumni.
The guide is meant to provide an overview and a starting point for a career search. It is not comprehensive, so please do additional research.
The guide is not city or region-specific, but is more targeted to the broad US job market.
The guide was last published in 2006, so some of the information (salary information mainly) may have changed.
International Careers Guide: Options in the Field
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For more information, visit: http://jsis.washington.edu/career/resources/apsiaguide.shtml
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