Hudson Institute is seeking an intern to support the Institute’s work on economic and political factors affecting the performance of the industrial economy of the United States. This is comprised of worker training, tax structures, regulatory issues, and international trade. In addition to being exposed to critical issues in these fields, interns will spend significant time discussing these issues with their scholar. Onsite interns also attend weekly events featuring experts from Hudson Institute and across Washington, DC.
- Gathering data relevant to economic research topics (many involving foreign sources);
- Putting data into visual formats using charts and graphs;
- Assembling bibliographies for research topics and providing summaries of relevant findings;
- Writing summaries of relevant background research for articles, speeches, and reports;
- Assisting in editing draft articles and reports.
- Be recent graduates or current students working towards a degree in economics, international finance, international relations, or related fields;
- Be able to work independently, manage their time wisely, and meet deadlines;
- Be detail-focused, reliable, professional, and possess strong research, writing, editing, and analysis skills, as well as excellent communication, and interpersonal skills;
- Be proficient in all Microsoft Office Applications;
- Demonstrate professionalism, attention to detail, and reliability.
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