“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
The summer after his sophomore year, Notre Dame senior J.P. Bruno was packaging maple syrup, taking care of honeybees, and tending to an orchard on a biodynamic farm in Vermont. Three weeks later, he was sitting in the White House, interning for the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) as part of...