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A variety of careers are available to economics majors. A partial list includes the following: Banking and Finance (loan officers, stock brokers, commodities brokers, financial analysts, security analyst) Insurance (benefit analyst, claims adjuster, underwriter, actuary) Government at local, state or federal levels (budget analyst, urban planning administrator, forecaster, consultant, foreign service officer) Business administration (management trainee, forecaster, market analyst, labor relations, sales, logistics, buyer, systems analyst) Teaching Consulting Business and Economics Reporter International Organizations (World bank, International Monetary Fund). Economics is also a foundation for a number of other disciplines.

Learn more about economics major Alex Revord by heading over to the Student Spotlight or see what 2010 Distinguished Alumnus Francisco "Poncho" Itzaina ('71) has done since graduating with a major in economics in our Alumni Spotlight.