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.
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Seminar Speaker - Mike McAvoyThe next Economics Department seminar will be Friday, April 24 at 3:30 in room 203 Wimberly. Mike McAvoy (SUNY-Oneonta) will present "Labor Exploitation and the Development of the Reserve Rule in Organized Baseball: The 1880s Reds." More of »
Seminar Speaker-Chris HanesThe next Economics Department seminar speaker will be here on Friday, April 17 at 3:30 in room 203 Wimberly Hall. Chris Hanes (Binghamton University) will present "Quantitative Easing in the 1930s." I hope you are able to join us. More of »
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