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The government is one opportunity, and for good reason: government agencies working with taxes, international trade, and even agriculture work with economic principles. You can use your interest in economics in many federal and state government agencies.
You can also work in the private sector. The business world is a popular one, particularly working in finance or banking. You can also work as an economic consultant.
You need a bachelor’s degree for almost all positions involving economics. If you’re also interested in math or computer science, you can create even more opportunities.
|Sales Professional (Milwaukee, WI)||Milwaukee, WI|
|Resource Engineer Level 1 - Tier 0 Install Support||Malta, NY|
|Automation Engineer / FMCS Engineer||Malta, NY|
|Full Time Licensed Masters Level Clinician - Outpatient Therapist - Johnstown and Ebensburg, PA Clinics||Johnstown, PA|
|Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS) Openings in Ford City, PA w/ FBR!||Ford City, PA|
|Intern, Energy Services Division||Portland, OR|
|Energy Efficiency Research Analyst/Analyst-Planning & Assessment||Portland, OR|
|Research Analyst/Analyst, Planning & Assessment||Portland, OR|
|Marketing and Promotions Coordinator||Arlington, VA|
|Research Analyst, Environmental Science & Policy Division||Waltham, MA|
|Finance and Risk Regulatory Relations||Boston, MA|
|Advisory Services Manager - Financial Services Office - Regulatory Compliance - Anti Money Laundering||United States|
|Financial Economist, NB-0110-5||Washington, DC|
|SVP Third Party Management Governance||New York, NY|
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