Careers for Business Economics majors

The most common careers people pursue after attaining a Business Economics degree.

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Based on independent research and Sokanu's database of users, we have aggregated the top careers that people pursue after attaining a Business Economics degree. Below you can browse our list of careers for Business Economics majors. If you are curious about your fit with any of these careers, you can take our career test.

1. Market Research Analyst

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Market Research Analyst

Your Match?

A market research analyst is someone who gathers market intelligence and presents it in a way that customers or colleagues can understand.

2. Consultant

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Consultant

Your Match?

Are you an expert in a specific field?

3. Business Analyst

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Business Analyst

Your Match?

If you are an analytical thinker, have a knack for puzzle solving, are skilled at matching business problems to possible solutions, and get a kick out of technology, a career as a business analyst may be for you!

4. Project Manager

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Project Manager

Your Match?

A project manager is a motivated and effective leader who is accountable for the success or failure of a project.

5. Financial Analyst

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Financial Analyst

Your Match?

A financial analyst is someone who manages various aspects of other people’s money.

6. Web Developer

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Web Developer

Your Match?

A web developer is responsible for programming the code that “tells” a website how to function.

7. Securities and Commodities Broker

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Securities and Commodities Broker

Your Match?

A securities and commodities broker is someone who connects buyers and sellers in financial markets.