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Jobs in my line of work

While none of you (as far as I know) has actually applied for the internship in my office, a number of you expressed interest in this general line of work. You might like to know that there is a site called eurobrussels.com which is the key place for advertising jobs in European affairs generally. I've also advertised this particular position on w4mp.org which seems to be a similar clearing house for Westminster. I've also been contacted by a site called Electus Start which seems to be in the same game.

I do recommend that anyone who wants to dip their toe in this particular water consider signing up as an election observer, which basically requires proven interest in politics and international affairs and willingness to do it. (Just to review how you actually apply to be an election observer, US citizens go here, UK citizens here, Canadians here, Dutch citizens here, Belgians hier and ici. Irish opportunities are listed here.)


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Apr. 20th, 2007 09:46 am (UTC)
Robert Anton Wilson would have approved of the organisation based at Blackfriars! :)
Jan. 17th, 2011 02:18 pm (UTC)
Update for link for American Observers

The PAE-REACT website for Americans interested in election observation has recently moved from www.pae-react.com to http://www.paegroup.com/career-react.

Happy New year and thanks for directing folks to our site,

Jan. 17th, 2011 03:37 pm (UTC)
Re: Update for link for American Observers
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