What are good jobs for people who love economics, but hate sales?
Hello, I'm fascinated by Economics. I know ... NERD! Whatever, the more I find out, the more I want to know. Most people think Stock Broker or Financial Advisor when they think about Finance. I hate sales, though. I can do it, but I'm sure I could learn to eat with my feet if necessary as well, and it's toss up to which I would rather rely on for my living. So what jobs are there in finance for LOVERS of economics, HATERS of Sales Based Employment; and how do I get them? I already have a degree in Business, but not in Econ, Finance, or Accounting. I've considered going back to school for a combination of MBA/MA in Economics/JD Law Degree. Even if I get more schooling, I'll still need a day job at this point to finance it. So what can people recommend? Thank you in advance to everyone who can help me.
Asked By: T M - 12/21/2006
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I can relate to what your saying. I wasn't into sales, bot a BA in Business Management, then got an MBA. Currently I'm employed as the Financial Analysis Manager at a regional bank's corporate offices. It's not bad. Another line you may want to consider is getting into education and teach economics. For those of use... More
Answered By: [X] Rebel - 12/21/2006
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business analyst would be a good job
Answered By: Jmad - 12/21/2006
financial analyst- recongnizing trends for the financial advisors. economics professor or high school business teacher economic advisor for the government call your university and ask an advisor what options there are for economic majors or just call the econ department and speak with a TA or Prof
Answered By: crzyaltego - 12/21/2006
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