I'm interested in public policy work, and I'm not sure if it is best to come from a JD or a masters/PhD. I thought taking time to work before grad school would help me figure that out, but I can't get the jobs I want without another degree. When I look at jobs online that I want to qualify for, there is a mixture of requiring a JD, a Masters in International Affairs of Public Policy, and a Masters in Journalism (which I heard is not worth it).
Is anyone out there interested in the same thing? Did you find it beneficial to go to law school?
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