A major or minor in economics from Carthage can open the door to many professions. Economics students develop skills in deductive reasoning, analysis, and creative problem-solving.

This list includes careers requiring differing degrees of education and training.

  • Banking and Financial Services — Manager, Forecaster, Loan Officer, Analyst
  • Business — Financial Analyst, International Trade Specialist, Industry Analyst
  • Government — Foreign Service Officer, Budget Officer, Economic Planner
  • Human Services — Industrial Relations, Personnel Manager, Training
  • Insurance — Actuary, Benefits Analyst, Demographer, Statistician
  • Law — Attorney, Judicial Assistant, Lobbyist, Legislative Research Adviser
  • Teaching — High School Economics or Social Science Teacher
  • Continued Education — MBA, Law School, Graduate Program in Economics
  • Council of Economic Advisers
  • Minnesota Management and Budget
  • Sunstone Financial Group
  • Satori Energy
  • Northwestern Mutual
  • Space Foundation
  • Chicago Blackhawks
  • International Trade Center

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