What's a good job to get into with this criteria?

I want to get into a well-known college, major in international relations, learn about 4-5 languages, and then run for office as soon as I turn 35. Got about 10 years, what's a good first step? 

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  • 1 month ago

    How many languages are you fluent in already? If you want to be fluent in 3 or more languages, you start studying languages young to optimize language-learning abilities. Of course, none of this affects your abilities as a politician, or even your ability to campaign for so much as a local office.

    You haven't thought things through at all.

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  • 1 month ago

    You could do what Pete Buttigieg did -- graduate from high school as class valedictorian AND class president, go to Harvard, get a Rhodes scholarship to study at Oxford, learn to speak 7 languages (including Norwegian), work at a management consulting firm for a couple of years, join the Naval Reserve as a military intelligence officer and spend some time in Afghanistan, volunteer for numerous political campaigns in your spare time, and get elected mayor of your home town. So, start out by getting the best possible grades in high school, study for the SAT before taking it and start volunteering now for political campaigns.

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    1 month ago

    A good step would be to start being realistic.

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  • 1 month ago

    Major in something useful that can get you a real, in-demand job. Only a tiny number of people who run for an elective position succeed.

    Also, if you want to become a politician, you need to start at the bottom: run for a local library or school board position. Join a political party organization and make phone calls, participate in political rallies, etc. Then, you need to be publicly visible and run for a higher position. You will learn there are lots of opportunities for graft and corruption - and are you willing to deal with that?

    There are few real-world jobs for people who study useless subjects; but you might be able to find an opportunity for a career in international trade - but you will need to study a lot of BUSINESS classes and follow that path.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Find someone very high up and influential on the social ladder and suck the hell out of their cóck.... that’s how it’s done 99% of the time. Welcome to America.

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