finance/economics career advice. please help!?
jr/sr @ univ, 2 majors: econ & finc, graduate fall06. I hope someone can give me career advice (positions I can start with after grad), based on my skills & interests. Any help is appreciated. Should i continue my ed (bba&mba together in 5yr prog? I qualify -3.5 GPA (3.3 is B+) -good writer (many say so, incl profs) -enjoy doing research papers (i write for a student insert in a major pl newspspaer now) -above average in math but certainly no genious ;) (enjoy stats, analysis, not really calculus) -enjoy working with excel -i have done 2 annual rept analys projects & enjoyed it -i did scenario & sensitivity analysis for property acquisition project & enjoy doing proforma and other types of analysis -i like finc & econ, but don't like accounting (can stand it, but don't want to go into it too much) -i am interested in real estate, now an intern at prop mgt (leasing consultant & help prop mgr) & finc pos. What do u think? Would I enjoy financial analyst pos? financial advising? i qualify for a 5yr bba&mba at once. i thinking about finc or econ, as major, or real estate (but my univ doesn't offer that). should i gain some workign exp before i start a regilar mba or continue right after my bba? i am afraid my mba would not have much market value, as i do not have any direct exp in those field. what do you think? which comp should i intern with? look for an entry position? plz help!
Asked By: Z - 2/25/2006
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This is to answer whether you should go for MBA prgram. My advice is that you should get your undergrad diploma, work full-time for a couple of years then do your MBA. Or, you could find an internship, or co-op in you want to pursue your MBA. With your kind of background, I'm sure you are in a good path... More
Answered By: hermione012003 - 3/10/2006
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I suggest you to obtain an MBA after you graduate
Answered By: Frank Castle - 2/26/2006
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