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2020 Launching a Career in International Affairs

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IN A WORLD in flux, certain economic sectors and hot-button issues offer a consistent supply of jobs for today’s international affairs graduates.

Growing employment areas include climate policy, renewable energy, cybersecurity, gender analysis, and impact investing, plus nontraditional issues such as illicit finance and human trafficking. Many international relations graduate programs are enhancing their course offerings in these high-demand areas.

The graduate programs described here also offer practical ways for their students to prepare for their career. For instance, students can:

In the 2020 FP Guide to Launching a Career in International Affairs, you will find more details about how some of these master’s degree programs are positioning their graduates for successful careers.

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