Employers Value Political Science Majors
Political Science is the study of “who gets what, when, and how” in the distribution of goods and values in society and in groups. When you study political science, you will learn about the role of government (state and national), political parties, voters, public opinion, and interest groups in shaping the distribution of those goods and values.
Only 2.3% of Political Science majors are hired as Congressional Interns.
The ENTJ personality type is well-equipped for Political Science. Do you know yours?
Political Science graduates hired as Campaign Managers can expect industry growth to be 5.2%.
24.8% of Political Science graduates have a master's degree.
The average salary of a corporate attorney with a degree in Political Science is $142K. 75% have earned a doctorate.
The top three out-of-state cities for Political Science grads from GSU include Washington, New York and San Francisco./span>
The top three out-of-state cities for Political Science grads from GSU are also the highest paying.
Social Media has become a popular skill for Political Science majors at GSU.
Legal Research is the most relevant skill for Political Science majors at GSU.
More Political Science graduates from GSU with a master's degree live out-of-state then in-state.
TOP EMPLOYERS OF GSU POLITCAL SCIENCE GRADS AND AVERAGE SALARY
Current Average Salary by Degree Level for All Majors
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
|$54.2K Bachelors||$71.8K Masters||$79.4K Doctorate|