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A guide to careers in Political Science
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  • Occupation Profile: Political Scientists, Massachusetts
    The CareerOneStop website provides national and state data for wages and employment trends. Use this website to search for other career profiles or to look at data for other states.
  • U.S. Government Seeks Next Generation of Leaders
    This article by Kermit Kaleba in T+D, April 2008, vol. 62, issue 4, descibes how federal agencies are running against the clock to identify and train new leadership talent, as nearly half of all supervisors, and nearly 40 percent of current federal employees are expected to retire by the year 2016.


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