Where can a master’s degree in Economics take you?*

The graph under “All Records” shows outcomes from all of the Economics alumni we followed. For a focus on more recent alumni, see the graph under “Since 2005.”

Examples of Alumni Job Titles (all records)

Accountant Advisor:
– banking
Analyst
– federal government
– industry
Assistant Deputy Minister:
– provincial government
Assistant Vice-President
Business Economist
Chairperson:
– industry
Chief Economist:
– federal government
Chief Information Officer:
– federal government
Chief of Finance:
– federal government
Chief Strategist:
– industry
Civil Aviation Officer
Commercial Banker
Consultant
Controller
Corporate Strategist
Derivatives Manager
Director:
– consumer income
– corporate law policy
– investments
– learning policy
– purchasing
– research
Economics Advisor:
– federal government
Economist:
– banking institution
– educational institution
– federal government
– international organization
– provincial government

Equity Research Analyst
Executive Director:
– federal government
Financial Advisor
Global Program Manager
Investigator:
– federal government
Investment Analyst:
– federal government
IT Professional
Lawyer
Legislative Assistant
Manager:
– federal government
– international banking
– pension fund
Mathematician
Military Professional
Partner:
– law firm
Policy Analyst:
– federal government
President:
– industry
– non-profit
Professor
Program Manager:
– international organization
Researcher
Statistician
Teacher
Underwriter
Vice-President:
– federal government
– industry
– insurance
– university

Alumni Experiences

Abdulqafar Abdullahi

Scott Bacon

Wen Ci

Robyn Gibbard

Jeremy Greenwood

Wayne Smith

*The information represented in these displays is drawn from databases maintained by Carleton’s Alumni Services. Some degree names have changed over time; current degree names are used here. The information was voluntarily provided by some of our graduates and does not represent a scientific sample of all graduates. Some students in this sample will have also completed other degrees, including at more advanced levels. Individual experiences and outcomes can differ from those represented here.

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