Looking for an entry level job or internship in economics? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
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.
Moody's West Chester, PA
|Associate Director, Healthcare Economics|
Landmark Health Huntington Beach, CA
|Faculty - Economics|
The Chronicle of Higher Education Sub Ocala, FL
|Lecturer in Economics - 040736|
James Madison University Harrisonburg, VA
|Director, Economic Development/Small Business Center|
Piedmont Community College Roxboro, NC
|Accounting/Economics Instructor - Multiple Positions|
210-Sampson Community College Clinton, NC
|Economic Support Specialist|
Chippewa County Chippewa Falls, WI
|Economic Development Officer|
MONTANA WEST ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Kalispell, MT
|President / CEO Economic Development Officer|
MONTANA WEST ECONOMIC DEV. Kalispell, MT
|Health Economics Manager|
Amgen Thousand Oaks, CA
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