Rohit Dubey

Different Job opportunities in Economic & Financial Sectors


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RE: Different Job opportunities in Economic & Financial Sectors

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
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Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Hello Rohit,

 

Good question asked.

But before I answer your question separately, please note both the fields Economics and Finance are well inter related to each other. 

Just like Finance, Economics majorly deals with Math and statistics concepts. Hence an Economics Graduate could work in the financial sectors like Banks etc.

As an Economics Graduates, you could find opportunities in both private and public sector as well as government offices. Some opportunities includes:

  • Statistician: They are the ones who count the statistics o the population and sensex in government agencies
  • Policy Makers: Major financial policy in private organizations are handled by an economists
  • Analyst: It can be a financial analyst or business analyst. he is the one who analyses the market, the trend and advises his clients accordingly
  • Financial Consultant: They study the market trend and advises companioes in terms of products and investments
  • Actuary: They are the ones who study the risk in insurance using statistical tools and then only policies are introduced in the market
  • Credit and financial risk manager
  • Management Consultants
  • Civil Services like IAS ( Only after you clear the UPSC exams)

I dont think I need to write the role of a financial graduate. But in short they work as:

  • Banker
  • Accountant
  • Financial Advisor / Consultant
  • Business developer
  • Investment banker
  • Sensex or forex trader

 

I will advise you to read thoroughly about the roles mentioned and get a clear understanding of the role.

Incase of doubts, do write back.

 

Wish you good luck...

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