MA International Affairs
Currently writing an academic book.
Working in the oil and petroleum sector can be hectic. A typical day starts with video conferences with colleagues in overseas offices. There might be a time difference, meaning you might have to come to office early or leave late. Afternoon meetings, presentations to your team of the weekly and monthly progresses.
- internship - volunteering - experience from working abroad - language skills (foreign language is a must)
Here's the first step for college students
Try to work in the summers as an intern or Trainee. Apply to companies where you would like to pursue your career. In the best case, they might hire you after you complete your university degree. Or, you might find out that this sort of job is not what you would like to do in future.
"You should get a proper job."