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  1. Hello all, This is my first post on Grad Cafe. I am struggling right now as to what I should do following my graduation from undergrad. Some background: I just graduated with a BA in Economics from a University of California school. I have been accepted into the Sciences Po Paris and LSE dual master's degree, a 2 year program in International Economic Policy, earning two master's degrees (one from each institution). My other option, if not the degree, would be to get a job in the US right now, but the prospects are not seeming too interesting. The reason I am strugglin
  2. @PsyDuck90 Thank you for your response! As far as debt, I am so extremely lucky to have my parents financing this degree, so I would not have any debt. But with that being said, I want to be very careful as to spending their money and only doing it for a program that would really benefit me. For salary, I am not quite sure of this, the websites lists average starting salaries, but in Europe and the UK, which are always significantly lower. So I'm not sure how much it would translate in the US market. Currently, I could get a job at starting salary around 55-65k per year, so I would expect that
  3. Hello all, This is my first post on Grad Cafe. I am struggling right now as to what I should do following my graduation from undergrad. Some background: I just graduated with a BA in Economics from a University of California school. I have been accepted into the Sciences Po Paris and LSE dual master's degree, a 2 year program in International Economic Policy, earning two master's degrees (one from each institution). My other option, if not the degree, would be to get a job in the US right now, but the prospects are not seeming too interesting. The reason I am strugglin
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