Businesses want employees who can think, communicate orally, write, and solve problems, and who are comfortable with quantitative analysis. The Economics Major perfectly prepares students to meet these demands.

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Much more than finance, banking, business and government, a degree in economics is useful to all individuals and can lead to many interesting career choices. Four individuals offer their insights...

What do economists do?

OSU Career Development Center is where you'll find job postings, information about career fairs, resume building, interviewing skills, networking, and much more. The Career Development Center works with current students and alumni from both Corvallis and E-campuses.

As an American Economic Association (AEA) member, you join 18,000 of your colleages.

The AEA Undergraduate Economics website describes economics for students who are considering college study and provides information useful to current undergraduate students looking into careers or graduate studies.Jay teaching

JOE Listings (AEA posted Job Openings for Economists) is a source for job seekers with graduate degrees.

Our Instructor Pool application is in Oregon State University's job posting website.

OSU Undergraduate Alumni Career Information is a sample listing of public and private corporations where our bachelors degree alumni have found careers.