After realizing that the career center at my university has a sort of Goldman or bust mentality, I thought I would throw this question to the SF big-timers. As a proto-smalltimer any advice would be well received. First, my background: I am an American Political Science major focusing on American political communications, marketing and strategy. I should be graduating magna cum laude from UC Berkeley in May and have a respectable resume/record of prior professional experience. Finally, I'm sure I can manage a few stellar letters of recommendations from prominent American pollsters/strategists, political scientists, and perhaps a Lt. Governor (depending on a few things). My overriding goal is to work in London or the greater UK for a few years (or as a VISA permits) before returning to the US for an MPP or JD. Considering my almost exclusive focus on American politics and a somewhat weak quantitative background, what positions would be available in London? I assume there might be a few positions with MNCs in dealing with DC or some other aspect of American political relations--but I doubt these are entry-level.