Philosophy is a college major that will not directly lead to “Employment” in the field of Philosophy. However, being a philosophy major will prepare you for almost every career possible. It’s designed not to train you for a specific profession, but to train you to think logically as well as asymmetrically. Most Philosophy majors will go onto graduate school in any number of professions. Philosophy is a great college major for those who seek a traditional liberal arts education and environment.
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|Novo Nordisk||Associate Manager of Government Affairs-Assists the Associate Director – State Lobbyist to organize, promote, and manage Novo Nordisk’s programs to increase the awareness of and commitment to diabetes care in special populations including the African American, Hispanic, Asian American and American Indian communities.||Visit|
|The Office of the Director of National Intelligence||Deputy of the Performance Planning Group-The Performance Planning Group (PPG) provides performance planning leadership, guidance, and support to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) and to the Intelligence Community (IC). PPG conducts analysis and provides guidance and recommendations to ensure that the NIP includes meaningful, well-developed performance measures that support annual performance plans and budget submissions||Visit|
|Bentley-Civil Product Specialist-Bentley currently seeks a talented individual from the Civil industry to serve as their Civil Product Specialist. The ideal applicant will have a sales background and experience in the civil and/or transportation industry. We are seeking candidates local to one of the following offices: Exton, PA; Walnut Creek CA; Huntsville, AL; Dallas, Texas; or, Watertown, CT. The successful candidate will be challenged with.||Visit|
|Vertex-Director of Government Affairs||The Director, Government Affairs will be responsible for working within the Government Affairs and Public Policy Department to assist the SVP, Public Policy and Government Affairs in fully achieving the Department’s annual functional area goals. This position will be required to represent Vertex effectively in numerous external forums, including formal and informal interactions with government officials, other industry representatives, payers, and other key external stakeholders. Serve as lobbyist for key health care issues including issues related to regulatory requirements, public payer models for coverage and reimbursement and ethics, both at the legislative and regulatory levels.||Visit|
|Bryant and Stratton College-Philosophy Instrustor||Teach 15 -21 contact hours in workplace-focused critical thinking and logic courses based on qualifications and college need. Provide skills assistance, tutoring, and workshops related to subject matter. Assist in developing course blueprints and business connects. Serve on campus committees and participate in campus events. Develop, implement, and assess strategies and techniques for improved student retention and success. Ensure instructional success and model lifelong learning through continuous professional development .||Visit|
|Grant and Eisenhofer P.A.-Litigation Paralegal||The Paralegal, working as part of a team, is responsible for supporting a number of attorneys and cases. The Paralegal is responsible for assisting the attorneys in reviewing and editing briefs, legal research, and coordination of depositions, managing case documents, and preparation for trial.||Visit|
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|Carnegie Endowment for International Peace-Congressional Liaison--a leading think tank specializing in international affairs, is seeking a congressional liaison. Responsibilities will include monitoring the congressional calendar, tracking major legislation (foreign ops, appropriations, hearings, supplementals and earmarks) affecting Carnegie's research work; establishing and maintaining a database of congressional contacts, preparing briefing materials, organizing briefings for staffers and members; and working with Carnegie DC-based and overseas staff.||Visit|