Besides becoming an economist. What job does someone with a master's in economics get?
I am about to get my bachelor's in economics. I want to go to grad school and get my masters in applied economics, but i can't really find any sites that show the jobs you can get with a master's in economics.
Asked By: chris s - 7/27/2007
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Many jobs are available for economists in the public sector, especially in the areas of statistical analysis (Statistics Canada is always looking for economists), monetary policy (the Bank of Canada), public finance (advising municipal, provincial and federal governments on taxing and spending), economic development (... More
Answered By: sb - 7/31/2007
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I'm a finance and banking major and it's almost the same major as economics. pretty much you can get similar or the same jobs that are offered with either finance or economics. so you could go into brokerage and help in investing or financial advising etc. Also if you wish too, I know alot of colleges and universities... More
Answered By: addicted2you20 - 7/27/2007
Virtually anything. You can apply for managerial positions in the bank, the stock market, unit trusts, investment...or lecture in universities. Write a book, do research. Be a partner in a company.
Answered By: sweet_sunshine - 7/27/2007
You can work with a bank, some firms do require that you have a degree in social sciences and do not really mind which. of course a masters will be an added advantage. Further, you can work with a consultancy firm or pursue a career as a lecturer. best of all, you can become self employed. Governments all over the... More
Answered By: willingman - 7/27/2007
I am afraid that a master's degree in economics is not a very marketable degree. To be taken seriously as an economist at least in the US, you need a PhD. Some of the better schools don't even offer a masters degree. It is sometimes given out as a consolation prize for someone who is not good enough to earn a Ph.D... More
Answered By: Robert - 7/27/2007
depending on whether or not you would be willing to specialise more deeply... More
Answered By: Anita A - 7/27/2007
A masters in economics is a worthless degree, don't bother getting one unless you want to continue on to a PhD. This comes from someone with a masters currently working on a PhD in economics. Consider a masters in public policy or finance since they are much more useful.
Answered By: GreenManorite - 7/27/2007
If you do something directly related to your degree, you'll probably have "analyst" in your job title somewhere.
Answered By: kingfischer22 - 7/27/2007
I have a master in economics and to me it has always been very useful. It gives you tools that you use in many areas, because you get good analytical skills and a critical spirit. People with good math skills look at problems in a different way. And most management majors focus more on practical courses than on math... More
Answered By: Claudia - 7/31/2007
Add a concentration in business/ marketing and go for CFO.
Answered By: Walt D - 8/1/2007
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