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Advising 3 – Careers/Jobs Why Hire an Economics Major? Economics majors/minors have general, flexible, durable skills tools and knowledge. These include analytical and problem-solving abilities, statistical, mathematical and computer skills, reading, writing, thinking, and knowledge of the basic economic and financial institutions and operations of the economy. What Do Employers Want? ISO —a commitment to excellence, enthusiasm for hard work and personal integrity. Excellent analytical and quantitative skills are required to identify key trends and reach sound business decisions. Professionals at ISO also display superior communication skills and a strong team-orientation. NCUA - Accounting, Business, Business Administration, Economics, Finance; flexible and self-motivated; Have excellent communication skills (both oral and written) ; Are well-organized and self-starters; Have good problem-solving skills Bloomberg - entry-level position; leads to a variety of career paths ranging from highly technical to more business and financially oriented. An extensive training program will provide the specific technical and financial skills needed for this position. Strong desire to analyze business problems and translate them into working software applications; Strong interpersonal and communication skills; Must be highly detail oriented BA/BS, MS, or PhD in Finance, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics, Accounting or related field; For non-CS majors, programming skills must equate to 2 university courses Must include GPA on resume. Citigroup - Two-year Analyst program Undergraduate degree with distinguished academic achievement, high level of personal integrity, interest in finance, commitment to excellence, high level of energy, strong desire to learn . Minimum GPA 3.5 , SAT 1200. Capital Markets – Quantitative Trading and Research; Research Analyst, in either Fixed Income Quantitative Research or Equity Derivatives degree in a quantitative field such as Computer Science, Economics , Engineering, Finance, Mathematics, Operations Research, Physics, or Statistics. strong programming skills (C/C++/Java/Unix preferable), a high level of interpersonal skills, and a passionate interest in learning about financial markets. Citigroup Public Finance We are seeking candidates from all fields of study preference will be given to those applicants who demonstrated high skill levels in computers and quantitative/analytic skills . Majors or interest in finance, economics , mathematics, engineering, and science (not necessarily formal training), minimum GPA of 3.5. ability to work in teams, under pressure, demonstrate excellent communication skills, a high level of motivation, initiative and leadership potential.
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course ECON 103 taught by Professor Lin during the Summer '08 term at Rutgers.

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