Careers and Internships

 Group photo of Economics department, fall 2019
George Davis teaches Economics 301
Mark Tremblay writing on a whiteboard
A description of the upcoming class on a laptop screen
 Students sit in Taylor Auditorium for a class
Students staff a Women in Economics table at Meet the B-Orgs

A degree in economics prepares you for a wide variety of careers. While the majority of economics majors work for business, a bachelor's degree also prepares students for work with non-profits and government. The economics major also prepares students for graduate degrees in economics, finance, law, and public policy, or an MBA.

View national information on the types of jobs that economics majors (with a bachelor's degree) obtain. Information on salaries can be obtained by clicking on the appropriate link to the left. If you're interested in the jobs and graduate degrees that recent Miami economics majors pursue, you can check that on the left as well.