6 edition of Great Jobs for Economics Majors (Great Jobs Series) found in the catalog.
September 18, 2006
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||224|
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Great Jobs for Economics Majors is a big help to college graduates entering the working world. You will discover common career paths of graduates in your field, get help assessing your individual talents and skills, and learn what steps need to be taken to land a job.
External Resources For Economics Majors. If you're still not sure what to do with your degree here are some external sites, to help you with your decision: USAJobs Enter "economics" into the search bar and you can get a sense of what kind of government jobs are available to economics majors.
6 Jobs for Economics Majors That Require Additional Training or Significant Experience. An undergraduate degree in economics can be a good starting point for careers in law, consulting, and government service, but the reality is that, in many cases, you will need to go beyond a bachelor's.
Great jobs for economics majors Item Preview remove-circle This book provides descriptions of careers in the field of economics and skills needed to begin a focused job search Includes bibliographical references and index Notes.
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You will discover common career paths of graduates in your field, get help assessing your individual talents and skills, and learn what steps need to be taken to land a job.4/5(2). INFORMATION BOOK FOR UNDERGRADUATE ECONOMICS MAJORS This handbook augments the Bulletin and other University publications and contains department-specific policies, procedures and degree requirements.
The Stanford Bulletin is the official statement of University policies, procedures and degree Size: KB. Maybe you love literature or hope to write the next great American novel and have chosen (or are thinking of choosing) English as your major.
You, and perhaps your parents, are probably wondering just what your career options are as an English major. There is a myriad of possibilities, just ask your college career or alumni office for a list of Author: Mike Profita.
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Accountants, like mathematics majors, must be able to think in numbers. They organize and analyze financial statements, set up systems for compliance, plan for taxes and oversee audits.
Most states have adopted the credit requirement for Certified Public Accountants. With this development, one viable option for prospective accountants is to Author: Mike Profita. Majoring in this popular field can help build a solid path toward a lucrative career.
The median income for an architect — the most obvious job to pursue given this degree — is $70, a : Stacy Rapacon. Most of the jobs that economics majors get do not have “economist” in the job title. Here are a couple of actual jobs that I see people doing which would fit an econ major : Bill Conerly.
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