This is what I'd like to be, an analyst in an NGO. My primary qualification is: I'm an INTJ.
It's a bit slim, I know. I also have a (very) modest academic background in Philosophy and eight years of living in China (all the while maintaining an embarrassing lack of Mandarin language skills). And I'm a few days away from starting a six month course of study to get myself a (very modest) business qualification.
I could do without working in a corporation. It rings up soulless on the give-a-damn o'meter.
Am I going to have to volunteer somewhere?
The last job I got genuinely serious about getting (to the point where it ultimately prompted my exit from China to seek better qualifications) was as an analyst in a European NGO that specialised in providing Human Rights solutions for companies setting out to do business in developing countries. That is, telling the companies how to manage themselves so they wouldn't set themselves up to violate human rights charters and conventions.
I'd volunteer for something like that.
Idealist.org and Devnetjobs have such nice looking jobs for such overwhelmingly qualified people, but I don't know where else to look yet.
What does one have to do, be born to hippies?