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What can I do with a degree in economics?

Economics majors graduate with skills that are highly valued by employers in a range of careers, including finance, business, education, nonprofit management, and government.

Career Fields

  • Data collection and analysis
  • Economic forecasting
  • Consulting
  • Public policy development and advising
  • Business management
  • Stock and fund management
  • University teaching
  • Research
  • Municipal management
  • Public finance

Explore Clark’s Undergraduate Outcomes

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Career and Internship Opportunities

Clark’s Career Connections Center can help you develop a plan for pursuing your career goals. Also check out ClarkCONNECT, which links you with alumni mentors and employers, and Handshake, Clark’s online job search website.

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Clark Funding for Undergraduate Internships

Interested in pursuing an internship, research, or creative project but wondering how you’ll pay rent? Apply for Clark funding to support your experience during the school year or summer. Visit the Career Connections Center in the Shaich Family Alumni and Student Engagement Center (ASEC).

Career Stories

Clark education propels her to global success

Economics, computer science double-major shapes career path

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David Corn mentors investment biz-minded Clarkies

Alumnus participating in ClarkCONNECTions event Sept. 3

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Clark students meet with employers at Career Fair

More than 400 learn about opportunities with companies and organizations

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Contact Information

Department of Economics

Office Location
  • Jonas Clark Hall, Room 124
    950 Main Street
    Worcester, MA 01610
  • 1-508-793-7226
  • 1-508-793-8849 Fax
Additional Contact Information
  • Computer Lab
    1-508-793-7229
  • Graduate Lounge
    1-508-793-7238