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Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:58 pm

Job Market, program options, and prospects for an Economics major at York University?

I strongly believe that an economics major is unemployable in competition with alumni's from other, more reputable business programs. I also think it's "below" Schulich which people from this forum say isn't great either. As a Financial&Business Economics student, I'm considering switching programs to Rotman. But I'm in the dark in what sort of jobs are in demand in Toronto, relative to my field. What programs from which universities are employable. I'm unsure on how to land an internship, where to even look for information, and generally where'd I like to focus my attention on after graduation. I'd like to know if my train of thought is wrong, whether my degree is worthless(or dependant on the student), and where I'd be able to find more information on the job market.

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Sun Jan 12, 2020 1:15 am

you would be employable in a municipal government setting in the finance department.

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