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    Over the past 10 years, over 99% of UW-L's economics graduates were employed within 6-9 months of graduation. Ninety-two percent of those students were working in jobs related to their major. Recent representative job titles for new graduates in economics from UW-L include, financial analyst, accounts specialist, demand planning analyst, general manager, receivership assistant, bank examiner and development program trainee.

    Some things you can do with an economics degree...

    Actuary      Economist Management Consultant Research Analyst
    Auditor Environmental Planner      Market Analyst Sales Analyst
    Budget Analyst Financial Analyst Pricing Analyst Stock Broker
    Credit Analyst Import/Export Agent Product Manager Statistician
    Economic Analyst Loan Officer  Reporter Underwriter


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    “Raising the Minimum Wage: A Conversation with Economists

    Faculty from the Economics Department at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, will lead a discussion on the potential benefits and challenges of raising the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour. The minimum wage increase will be a non-binding referendum on all ballots within La Crosse County.

    Monday November 3, 2014
    6:00 PM
    1400 Centennial Hall
    Open to the public.

    Sponsored by: The Economics Department at UW - La Crosse

    Registration and attendance are free, but we ask you to complete this form:
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    Seminar - Tristan Coughlin

    The Economics Department invites you to our next seminar on Friday, October 24th (3:30 room 203).  Tristan Coughlin (Augustana College), a UW-L alum, will present "A Decomposition of the Causes of Intergenerational Income Transmission." More of Seminar - Tristan Coughlin »

    Seminar: Sanjukta Roy

    Dr. Sanjukta Roy will present on Friday, Nov 15 at 3:30 in room 203. The title of the paper is "Risk Factors for Domestic violence: an empirical analysis for Indian States." More of Seminar: Sanjukta Roy »

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