Economists - Career Queries

Economist is a professional who studies, develops and implements economic theories and policies considering the market forces, producer-consumer, and other factors in mind.

Dear friend, many thanks for your question. Since you are [interested in economics][1] and want to make career in economics, therefore first I will tell you something about [economics and then its scope all over the globe][2]. Students who read economics can go to become economist, out of the various profession open to them. The [economists][3] are those study, research and monitor demand and supply, business trends, employment rates, cost of the materials, and so on in their attempt to make predictions of the course or economy of the business are taking and so on. Globalization and consequ

Career Advice – As discussed above, the psychometric career test reports about the abilities and skills of the test taken, hence, it is the aptest way to find out the strengths and weaknesses too. It not only gives the aptitude knowledge of an individual but also explains the uniqueness of the test giver. Therefore, it becomes more apt to make a career decision based on it. As the student can get to know what makes his or her unique from the crowd, they can focus more on their special trait and thus pursue them in the right direction.   Taking psychometric test is almost equal to

Dear Aspirant, If you want to enter into corporate, then you have to decide whether you wish to enter into companies like financial companies, research companies etc. or you wish to enter into the banking industry. If you wish to go into banking, then Masters in Business Economics (MBE) is suited. If you wish to go into the research industry, then Masters in Applied Economics is suited. If you wish to go into financial companies, insurance, stock market companies, investment management companies, then MBE or MBA Finance is suited. MBA in Business Economics is a sheer nonsense degree. Be

Hello My Dear English and Economics Aspirant,I am very glad that you appraoched [CareerGuide][1] for seeking guidance and clarification to your confused career concern. Please let me tell you that choosing a [career option after HSC level][2] is that way very simple but we make it confusing and difficult unnecessarily.Firstly just relax and when you relax you will find out for your self what you are actually made up for for your career.I understand from your query that you have interest in english and economics both. And there fore I assume that you are from the commerce field till your HSC le

Here's another answer by @anandwadadekar who is an economist himself /ask/t/i-m-doing-economics-honours-from-delhi-university-iwanted-to-know-that-which-type-of-internship-is-suitable-for-me-or-if-u-can-recommend-som

Dear aspirant Thank you for approaching counsellors at CareerGuide.com. You have clearly stated that you have plans in studying further and not interested in work. As you have planned to study and are confused between MBA and MA applied economics, i shall give you some light on the two and say what is suitable for you. To straight away say, you can study MA applied economics rather tahn doing an MBA because of just one reason, you are lacking work experience and an MBA would not suit you in this aspect. Therefore i advice you to take up MA applied economics. An MA Applied Economics o

1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Economists category

Dear Shreya, The options you have in mind can all lead in different directions, or can lead to the same goal. The question you need to ask yourself is, what do you see yourself doing say five years from now; and which of these option is going to help you best to get there. Let’s talk about the options you are considering and once you have more information you will be able to decide what is best suited for you. All three options are good for different career paths. If you pursue BBA, which is a four-year course, you will be trained to fill positions like an accountant, financial advisor,

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Hello Debasmita,   Math is the crux of Economics subject.   Economics is nothing else than statistics, calculations, financial management, permutations etc, which is highly focused on quantitative or Math.   Hence if you are saying you are weak in math, then being practical I would not suggest, Economics Honors.  Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Economists category

Hello Sayyam,  Good to know that you are interested in Economics. You could opt for either BA or  B.COM and graduate in economics. After you graduate you could either pursue a masters degree or you could opt for a job in banks or financial institutes or into government offices as a statistician or as financial manager or advisor. Or you could pursue an MBA in finance and opt for careers like investment banker, risk manager, financial advisor, business analyst, auditor etc. Another option is to pursue Civil service exams and opt for IAS  Hope you are clear with the options you ha

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Economists category

Hello Sahil,  The simple answer to your question is Engineering. You could opt for a Mechanical engineering course. Please note that a Mechanical engineer fits into all industry type. You can then opt for a masters degree in your area of choixe. If you looking for specifically the mobile industry then you could opt for Electronics and Telecommunication engineering. In terms of computers you could opt for Computer engineering or a 3 years BCA course or a 3 years B.SC IT course or B.SC Computer sciences. Please note as a software professional too you could opt for the telecom.industry. Plea

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She can go for the courses like BA General, BA Hindi, BA in Economics, Geography, History etc. Please visit the websites of Delhi University, Ashoka    university, Lovely Professional University etc for more details about courses, fee, scholarships etc.

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Designing is one of the best field to pursue higher studies. But you have to have talent for that. Best      institutes for Designing courses are NIFT, Asian Institute, Lovely Professional University,etc.

Hello Anshu,   Just a BA degree would not be much beneficial. As you would get junior level or entry level positions only.   Pursue a masters degree and you would have ample opportunities in the industry. Any private or public or government related organizations would grab you as an economist.   As an economist, you could work as a financial advisor, statistician, business developer, financial head, investment banker etc.   Incase if you are interested then Civil service especially IAS is another option open for an Economics graduate.   Opportunities are many. Depends

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Economists category

Hello Yuva,   Please note to pursue a doctoral program, first you need to complete a masters degree in the subject of your choice.   'Thus now you should opt for a masters in economics and follow it up with a doctoral program as per your choice.   Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Economists category

Hello Snehi,   Yes. Of course it is pssible.   Check the website of the Institute: / At the sametime approach an abroad education consultant who would be able to guide you to the entire process of application.   Wish you good luck...

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