Career Prospects after Bachelors of Economics

Banker: Bankers are sometimes referred to as securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents. They are responsible for performing banking duties and overseeing the financial activities for personal accounts.

Business Analyst: Analyst involved in the design or modification of business systems or IT systems. The analyst interacts with the business stakeholders and subject matter experts in order to understand their problems and needs. The analyst gathers, documents, and analyzes business needs and requirements.

Chartered Accountant: A Chartered Accountant is in charge of a company or organization’s financial documentation. This position requires careful monitoring of each financial transaction with additional emphasis on how these transactions affected the general setting of an organization. Aside from financial documentation and its effects, chartered accountants are also in charge of taxation. They also provide financial reports and could also provide financial management services.

Company Secretary: The Company Secretary is responsible for the efficient administration of a company, particularly with regard to ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements and for ensuring that decisions of the board of directors are implemented.

Cost and Works Accountant: Cost accountants are responsible for budgeting, cost management, performance evaluation and asset management within a company or organization. They typically collaborate as part of an executive team to create a financial plan for the organization.

Econometrist: An expert in the application of mathematical and statistical techniques to economics in the study of problems, the analysis of data, and the development and testing of theories and models.

Economist: Economics typically research and analyze economic issues, conduct surveys and collect data, analyze data using mathematical models and statistical techniques.

Finance Analyst: Financial Analysts researches macroeconomic and microeconomic conditions along with company fundamentals to make business, sector and industry recommendations. They often recommend a course of action, such as to buy or sell a company’s stock based upon its overall current and predicted strength.

Finance Consultant: Financial Consultants work with companies or individuals to plan for their financial futures by offering information and guidance on topics that include taxes, investments and insurance decisions.

Finance Controller: Financial Controllers are responsible for all of the day-to-day operations in the finance department, reporting directly to the finance director.

Finance Manager: Financial Managers are responsible for the financial health of an organization. They produce financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop strategies and plans for the long-term financial goals of their organization.

Finance Planner: A Financial Planner, also called a personal financial advisor, works with individuals and businesses to guide them in making budgetary, savings and investment decisions. They need good communication and interpersonal skills in addition to financial knowledge.

Investment Analyst: Investment Analysts provide stockbrokers, fund managers and stock market traders with financial information, advice and recommendations derived from global investment data.

Investment Banker: Investment Bankers help their clients raise money in capital markets by issuing debt or selling equity in the companies. Other job duties include assisting clients with mergers and acquisitions (M&As), and advising them on unique investment opportunities such as derivatives.

Investment Manager: Investment Managers manage the investment portfolios of these institutions, and may also provide direct investment management services to third-party clients.

Plutologist: An expert in the scientific study of wealth: theoretical economics.

Risk Managers/Analyst: Risk Managers/Analysts deal with identifying, measuring, and evaluating different types of risks that can affect a business. They also need to be knowledgeable about the industry they operate in, so that they are able to identify the risks posed to a specific organisation.

Stock Broker: Stock Brokers manage the financial portfolio of a client; so this could be an individual or a company.

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