What do you suggest i do after graduation?

will graduate BS Management, major in Legal Management; interests lie in diplomacy, international relations, asian/east asian studies; can speak Filipino, English, Fukkien fluently, can easily converse in Mandarin, and is quickly learning Japanese. No work experience at all. I wish to study in Fletchers School, Tufts University for my masters. International experience as an exchange student to Japan. I need intelligent advice on what should be my next step... i am thinking of 1) either going to law school here in the Phil; 2)getting a 2nd major or a masters degree; 3)working, so i can build up a good resume in the process... advice, please?

Asked By: nihonjinpoi - 5/23/2007
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Work on the resume. At this point,the work history is going to be more valuable than anything else. Most companies want to see some experience starting to pile up along with the advanced degrees. Quite frankly, you will find that the degrees by themselves aren't as impressive to a company as you would think without... More
Answered By: Lori K - 5/23/2007
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You should get some experience while studing
Answered By: N K - 5/23/2007
I say stay in school and continue your education in law. Then you can aim for lawyer possibly or even consider a job with homeland security which will make use of your asian studies as would a job with the CIA possibly as a field agent or something.
Answered By: linehancomputerservices - 5/23/2007
Study market and think from yourself what you want to do instead of renting someone else brain, and then you will be able to decide good
Answered By: Sam - 5/23/2007
I've heard that some of the less modern asian countries are ridiculous amounts of money for english teachers. I suspect you could do well there.
Answered By: Phil C - 5/23/2007
Answered By: purplegreenx - 5/23/2007
Get a masters degree while working :) don't be a lawyer, it's too dirty and not worth it :)
Answered By: Kisses - 5/23/2007
My suggestion is to decide what you like, and go for it full force. Also- if you would want a better career, then for your associates, go to a college where they are a good basic school, and then go to a big nice college for your masters. You'd be better recognized as a smart person with a masters from a great... More
Answered By: yonchakd - 5/23/2007
You can take a year or two off and work or go ahead and go for the law degree or masters degree. You can always go part-time for the advanced degree and work part time/full time. I don't know how that would work for the law degree.
Answered By: crazycatlady - 5/23/2007
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