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    Job opportunities after doing B.A in Economics?

    What are the best job opportunities in various sectors after doing B.A in Economics???How much can a person earn through this??Is it fine to go for a job right after the graduation rather than going for post-graduation courses?What are the different kinds of exams a person can appear for after doing B.A in Economics??

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    Re: Job opportunities after doing B.A in Economics?

    Hello Friend,

    ***Job opportunities after doing Bachelor of Arts in Economics:
    • Market Research Analyst
    • Real Estate Agent
    • Retail Buyer
    • Insurance Underwriting Trainee
    • Actuarial Assistant
    • Management Consultant
    • Strategic Planner
    • Actuary
    • Business Administrator
    • Claims Examiner
    • Foreign Trade Analyst
    • Tax Auditor
    • Housing Development Aide
    • Budget Officer Assistant
    • Legislative Assistant
    • Lobbyist
    • Regional/Urban Planner
    • Financial Planner
    • Research Assistant
    • Compensation Analyst
    • Public Administrator
    • Cost Estimator , etc

    REGARDS.................

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    Hi friend

    there are so many opportunities have after completing BA economics.
    Economics majors are successful in a wide variety of careers.
    Although various roles in businesses are most common, economics majors are successful in law, medicine, government, non-profits, and international relations, as well as in academic roles.
    Most economics majors pursue employment in the private sector.
    Graduates in economics succeed in many occupations.

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    Dear candidate

    Numerous job opportunities are available for students once they have completed their graduation in the field of economics. On the successful completion of BA Economics, aspirants can seek out for jobs in the public and the private sectors. They can even attend UPSC entrance exams, IAF account exams and Combined Defense Services exam and so on. On top of this, with more experience aspirants will also be able to open their own corporate or consultancies. Those with more experience can apply for jobs with institutes of management or with multi national companies. Educational institutions and the finance sector also provide good job prospects for students of Economics.
    Candidates with BA Economics can also take up teaching as a career. But for this it is advisable for students to finish a Masters Course and clear NET exam in order to get into colleges, universities and professional institutions as lectures. Students can also opt for non-profit establishments like NGOs and Economic consulting etc.

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    dear
    after doing b.a in economics if you are interested in teaching line so you will try to interview in many colleges as a lecturer. if you are lecturer in college so your feuture will be very dark

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    HELLO FRIEND,


    You want to know about the Topic of "Job opportunities after doing B.A in Economics".....................


    Economics graduates not only enter fields such as; teaching, law, and journalism; but they also become managers, advertising executives, and financial advisers in a range of positions in other sectors such as manufacturing, transport, communications, banking, insurance, investment, retailing industries, government agencies, consulting and charitable organisations. Employers also like to employ economists for the analytical skills that they bring rather than employing them as practicing economists.
    Since "economy" is the key to survival for any system of government, the political agenda of a nation mainly comprises of Economic issues. Economists often are in the middle of high profile political analysis, debate and execution - the centre stage of national and international Economics. They play an important role in the process of social and economic reconstruction of the new economies in Asia and Africa supported by the World Bank and other Development Banks. Both, the private sector companies and the government departments require economists to be able to forecast the economic changes that they will have to face and to help them make the right spending and purchasing decisions.
    Economic studies is often combined with management or Business studies or with finance and banking, opening an even wider range of career opportunities in development banks and aid agencies; in risk management, client services, investment analysis and fund management.
    If one enjoys the statistical side of economics, there are careers as a statistician in education, healthcare, finance, industry and government. Majority of the foreign embassies located in India and abroad also recruit Economists and statisticians.
    The Union Public Service Commission conducts an annual competitive examination to recruit economists for the Indian Economic Service. The Indian Economic Services and Reserve Bank of India are excellent options open to those who want to join government service. Economists occupy vantage positions in all types of banks (including Reserve Bank of India), insurance companies, financial institutions, stock markets, sales and marketing as well as consulting firms or government departments. Some others may choose to enter nonprofit institutions like NGOs.
    Teaching and research continue to offer satisfying career opportunities in economics and related fields. Perhaps, of all the social science faculties in Universities, the largest number of teachers are often in the Economics department. With the establishment of a large number of management institutes in the country, the demand for teachers of Economics is increasing. As regards a research career, apart from the development institutes referred to earlier, there are several institutions, such as the National Council of Applied Economic Research or Institute of Applied Manpower Research offering research positions. Department of Economic Analysis and Policy of the Reserve Bank of India also recruits research economists through its Recruitment Board.
    With the proliferation of Economic and business journals and magazines and newspapers, Economic journalism has emerged as a potential area of career opportunity. A degree in Economics followed by a degree in journalism and mass communication would open up such opportunities not only in the print media but also in television.
    As a general option, an economics student can always opt for law or an MBA degree to diversify their career opportunities.
    Economics - art or science?
    At the first degree level, most universities in India offer honours courses in economics leading to the award of B.A (Hons). There are a few which offer a B.Sc (Hons). So is economics an art or a science?
    The BA degree primarily takes a social science approach whereas BSc usually follows a more scientific and quantitative approach. BSc would for example have subjects like econometrics, a combination of Economic theory expressed in mathematical form with statistical methods; thatís used to measure and correlate the relationships among such variables as prices, wages, output, employment and capital investment in different sectors of the economy.



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    WISHING YOU GOOD LUCK FOR YOUR BRIGHT FUTURE.......
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    What are the best job opportunities in various sectors after doing B.A in Economics???How much can a person earn through this??Is it fine to go for a job right after the graduation rather than going for post-graduation courses?What are the different kinds of exams a person can appear for after doing B.A in Economics??
    Dear
    It is always better to do post graduation rather than stopping to graduation,so that u can get god job and good salary easily,after doing BA u can do MA than BED IN ECONOMICS
    VARIOUS SECTOR WHERE YOU CAN HAVE JOBS
    1 TEACHER(₨ 2,00,000 - ₨ 3,00,000 / Yearly IN INDIA )
    2 Economic consulting jobs(american express corporate service, international marketing assessment ect
    3 Jobs in banking and finance sector(HDFC CITI BANK ECT)
    4 Export imports companies customs(J.D CORPORATION ,TATA INTERNATIONAL ECT)
    5 IAS, IFS ect for civil services
    6 Jobs in Agricultural economics.

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    what is the government job opportunities after B.A. Economics

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