International Trade Specialist

Like to Travel

If you’ve got a passport and a knack for business, international trade may be the field for you. Work your way up to a career that helps the world go round by analyzing markets, tracking global trends and bridging international cultures. A foundation in international business and world affairs is a must. Skills in more than one language open even more doors. Pack your bags with a solid education and several years of job experience. Your flight is waiting!

What it Pays

  • $82,862 median annual for mid-level experience in the U.S.
  • Median hourly range of $24 to $56 nationwide, based on experience level

What You'll Need

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Master’s degree or MBA

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