What type of jobs+companies do you work for after getting a Industrial Engineering undergrad with econ minor?
I am thinking of going to either UMICH, Georgia Tech, or University of Illionis at Urbana Champaign as a Industrial Engineering major and an economics minor. I am wondering what types of companies and jobs most people get right out of undergrad with this degree. For instance, I know that from Georgia Tech, most people work in consulting companies like Deloitte and Accenture. I am wondering what the other schools' job opportunities are. Thank you for your help in advance
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You can work in many job titles as an Industrial Engineer such as... More
Answered By: C7S - 1/7/2013
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IE majors can end up in many industries - friends of mine worked largely in the automotive sector and other manufacturing enterprises. Consultancies also work well too.
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