Students are too often limiting themselves to a specific industry and not looking out for the multitude of opportunities available in other industries that are still suited to their training. Think outside the industry box.
When you graduate and start looking for a job, what matters most to employers? Your degree, your experience, or your interest in the work? Mosaic Sales Solutions’ Director of Talent Acquisition, Chelsea Newton, offers her advice.
You, as a science student, enjoy a thirst for knowledge and curiosity for life; understand how the world functions and how processes work; and possess a keen eye for detail. These are great skills that will take you in any direction you wish to go — even if that isn’t towards becoming Dr. McDreamy.
If you’re looking for a career to go with that degree in economics, the What Can I Do With My Degree? series is just for you. Hear from graduates who have use their economics degrees in both conventional and unconventional methods to pursue a variety of career paths.