“The strategies you learn—critical thinking and different ways to look at a problem—are useful no matter where you go.”
-Matt Ardell '10, Nike
Our alumni find jobs in a wide range of fields such as consulting, finance, government and health care. Latest Career Center statistics for Economics majors (Class of 2017) indicate a median starting salary of $65,000. Below are just some of the first jobs reported by recent Notre Dame economics graduates.
*Source: Notre Dame Center for Career Development's 2017 First Destination Report
Bill Kennedy '90, Portfolio Manager - Fidelity Investments, London
Bryan Samuels '89 - Former Commissioner, Dept. of Health & Human Services
Georgia Twersky loves diving deep into data when she’s studying economics. But her experiences at Notre Dame have helped her see the value of understanding the people behind the numbers, as well. An international economics major with a Spanish concentration and a minor in peace studies, the senior has found...