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Employment Outcomes

Talent for the World

Our graduates are valued in the global marketplace and known for their ability to address multifaceted challenges across all sectors around the world. The Johns Hopkins University alumni network totals 220,000 talented professionals, including 20,000 graduates of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) working in dynamic roles.

Employment Outcomes

Class of 2018 Employment Outcomes: Highlights

Master of Arts

95% of the two-year Master of Arts Class of 2018 were employed, pursuing fellowships or internships, or had gone on for further study within six months of graduation.

51% work in the private sector with firms such as Apple, Deloitte, Eurasia Group, and HSBC.
18% work in the nonprofit sector with organizations such as World Resources Institute, Refugees International, and the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments.
17% work in the public sector with employers such as the European Commission, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the US Department of Defense.
10% work in the multilateral sector with organizations such as Inter-American Development Bank, International Monetary Fund, and the United Nations.
4% Further Study

Master of International Public Policy

91% of the one-year Master of International Public Policy Class of 2018 were employed, pursuing fellowships or internships, or had gone on for further study within six months of graduation.

50% work in the public sector with employers such as US Department of State, Japan International Cooperation Agency, and Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
28% work in the nonprofit sector with organizations such as PBS Television, The Stimson Center, and Harvard University.
16% work in the private sector with firms such as Ernst & Young, The Chertoff Group, and J-Power.
6% work in the multilateral sector with organizations such as World Bank Group.

Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance

100% of the one-year Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance Class of 2018 were employed, pursuing fellowships or internships, or had gone on for further study within six months of graduation.

46% work in the private sector with firms such as Deloitte, JetBlue, and Intel.
27% work in the multilateral sector with organizations such as International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group.
10% work in the public sector with employers such as Bank of Denmark, Global Affairs Canada, and US Internal Revenue Service.
10% work in the nonprofit sector with organizations such as American Enterprise Institute and Institute of International Finance.
7% Further Study

Master of Arts in Global Risk

91% of the one-year Master of Arts in Global Risk Class of 2018 were employed, pursuing fellowships or internships, or had gone on for further study within six months of graduation.

55% work in the private sector with firms such as UBS, Dataminr, and S&P Global Platts.
27% work in the public sector with employers such as US Department of State and US National Nuclear Security Administration.
18% Fellowships