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Careers & Skills

Where can I work?

An economics degree can open up a wide range of career opportunities. It equips you with a variety of transferable skills such as analytical and problem-solving skills, oral and written communication skills, team working skills among others. Our aim is to support your career planning by presenting to you the diverse opportunities that are available, ranging from working in consultancies to think tanks, regulators and policy organisations

Featured Vacancies

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Careers in Economics Events

We host events so that our students can engage with relevant employers.

Resources & Insights

Student Videos

Current and past students give advice on how to be successful in job/placement applications, internships and further study applications.

Student Societies

Discover the career support opportunities offered by the student societies.

 Skills Map

See skills that you can acquire in different undergraduate modules

 Graduate Destinations Report

Find out how the 2021 Undergraduate Economics cohort have progressed with their careers since graduating.

Careers Support


Find out more about your dedicated Careers Consultant and Academic Careers Coordinator. For opportunities, news and events, check the biweekly Careers bulletin, MS Teams space and Instagram.



Access myAdvantage for news, events, recommended job vacancies, activities and resources.

Applications Advice


Learn how to effectively structure your application forms, get your CV noticed and practise your interview techniques videos.

Explore Your Options


Identify career options to suit you by using self-awareness resources, testing out ideas through work experience and learning from Economics graduates.

The Skills Zone


Take advantage of workshops and programmes to develop your personal and professional skills.



Find out more about what Warwick Economics graduates do after graduation when they enter graduate labour market or further study.