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    As MMEM continues to grow, they need enthusiastic and highly entrepreneurial budding leaders to help shape their future.
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      Your journey as a BI/BA Consultant will begin at FDM's academy in Sydney, where you will receive fully-funded training a…
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      Whether you join the Technical or Commercial Functions area of the Shell Graduate Programme, you will receive unparal…

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      Explore a world of opportunity and see how the Shell Graduate Programme can enhance your career. 

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      Economics Graduate Jobs overview

      Economics graduates will be entering careers which involve studying and problem-solving as it relates to allocating or distributing resources, money, knowledge, time, capital, labour. The career prospects in this field are very good. You can find Economics Graduate Jobs in nearly any profession or industry.

      Types of Jobs in Economics

      Some of the industries available to you include: 

      • Banking
      • Finance
      • Business Analysis
      • Law
      • Journalism
      • Public Policy

      These jobs will be split in either the public or private sector. Private sector Economists may be called upon to analyse domestic and international markets. Public sector workers usually play roles in government policy and market regulation analysis and design.

      Top Employers in Economics in Australia

      Government offices such as the Reserve Bank of Australia,  Australian Treasury, The Productivity Commission, Australian National Audit Office, and The Australian Bureau of Statistics. Additionally, international companies and nonprofit organisations are also keen on hiring Economics Graduates. For instance, the World Bank, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the International Monetary Fund. Local government agencies, non-profit groups, and banks are also looking for someone who can analyse their funds accurately. 

      Average Economist Graduate Salaries in Australia

      In Australia, an average Economist salary is AU$76,294 per year. This depends on experience and can go as low as AU$50,508 or as high as AU$124,001.
      Your salary is linked to the location you will be working in. In larger centres, you can expect to make a bit more than the low end of the average salary as a new graduate. After a little more experience, you may be earning as much as AU$128,468 per year. 

      Deciding Where to Work as an Economist in Australia

      You would be well served by first deciding which areas you wish to live in the country. From there, you can then look at costs of living compared to the average starting salary. For instance, you will need to know basic prices for transportation, housing, food, and more. When adding up basic expenses, use the low end of the average starting salary and see if the figure left over is adequate for your needs.
      From there, it can be a simple matter of deciding upon an industry to start out and checking private or government job banks for available positions. 

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      Economics Graduate Jobs Graduate Sucess Stories


      • Graduate stories
      As an ATO employee, I play a part in contributing to an efficient tax system which helps the government provide essential services to the public like roads, hospitals and schools.

      Nicholas Pyne

      • Graduate stories
      As an ATO employee, I play a part in contributing to an efficient tax system which helps the government provide essential services to the public like roads, hospitals and schools.

      Nicholas Pyne

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      • Graduate stories
      We work in teams to solve our client’s business problems, help manage their risks and challenges, and assist them in developing opportunities for growth.

      Georgia Maciupa

      • Graduate stories
      We work in teams to solve our client’s business problems, help manage their risks and challenges, and assist them in developing opportunities for growth.

      Georgia Maciupa

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      • Graduate stories
      I chose mechatronics because I could see that people were transitioning towards a technology-based society and robots would become an integral part of it.

      Kate Lipczynski

      • Graduate stories
      I chose mechatronics because I could see that people were transitioning towards a technology-based society and robots would become an integral part of it.

      Kate Lipczynski

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      • Graduate stories
      If I can find a solution that saves people time or makes their life easier then I’ll always enjoy that task – whether through discussions, data analysis or a process change.

      Andrew Summerlin

      • Graduate stories
      If I can find a solution that saves people time or makes their life easier then I’ll always enjoy that task – whether through discussions, data analysis or a process change.

      Andrew Summerlin

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      • Graduate stories
      I chose Global Distribution and Business management because it had a very broad variety of rotations.

      James Macdonald

      • Graduate stories
      I chose Global Distribution and Business management because it had a very broad variety of rotations.

      James Macdonald

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      • Graduate stories
      I am looking forward to new, different, challenging projects this year that allow me to improve outcomes in public infrastructure and innovate in the way we approach investment in infrastructure.

      Cameron Gook

      • Graduate stories
      I am looking forward to new, different, challenging projects this year that allow me to improve outcomes in public infrastructure and innovate in the way we approach investment in infrastructure.

      Cameron Gook

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      • Graduate stories
      As an ATO employee, I play a part in contributing to an efficient tax system which helps the government provide essential services to the public like roads, hospitals and schools.

      Nicholas Pyne

      • Graduate stories
      As an ATO employee, I play a part in contributing to an efficient tax system which helps the government provide essential services to the public like roads, hospitals and schools.

      Nicholas Pyne

      Read full story
      • Graduate stories
      We work in teams to solve our client’s business problems, help manage their risks and challenges, and assist them in developing opportunities for growth.

      Georgia Maciupa

      • Graduate stories
      We work in teams to solve our client’s business problems, help manage their risks and challenges, and assist them in developing opportunities for growth.

      Georgia Maciupa

      Read full story
      • Graduate stories
      I chose mechatronics because I could see that people were transitioning towards a technology-based society and robots would become an integral part of it.

      Kate Lipczynski

      • Graduate stories
      I chose mechatronics because I could see that people were transitioning towards a technology-based society and robots would become an integral part of it.

      Kate Lipczynski

      Read full story
      • Graduate stories
      If I can find a solution that saves people time or makes their life easier then I’ll always enjoy that task – whether through discussions, data analysis or a process change.

      Andrew Summerlin

      • Graduate stories
      If I can find a solution that saves people time or makes their life easier then I’ll always enjoy that task – whether through discussions, data analysis or a process change.

      Andrew Summerlin

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      • Graduate stories
      I chose Global Distribution and Business management because it had a very broad variety of rotations.

      James Macdonald

      • Graduate stories
      I chose Global Distribution and Business management because it had a very broad variety of rotations.

      James Macdonald

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      • Graduate stories
      I am looking forward to new, different, challenging projects this year that allow me to improve outcomes in public infrastructure and innovate in the way we approach investment in infrastructure.

      Cameron Gook

      • Graduate stories
      I am looking forward to new, different, challenging projects this year that allow me to improve outcomes in public infrastructure and innovate in the way we approach investment in infrastructure.

      Cameron Gook

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      Economics Graduate Jobs Day in the Life Stories


      • Day in the life

      Tristan Ashford

      Tristan Ashford studied a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (1st Hons) and Bachelor of Economics at The University of Western Australia in 2015 and is now Fairview Operations Engineer at Santos.
      • Day in the life

      Tristan Ashford

      Tristan Ashford studied a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (1st Hons) and Bachelor of Economics at The University of Western Australia in 2015 and is now Fairview Operations Engineer at Santos.
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      • Day in the life

      Jun Song

      Jun Song studied a Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting and Tax at Curtin University, and is now an Economist at Shell.
      • Day in the life

      Jun Song

      Jun Song studied a Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting and Tax at Curtin University, and is now an Economist at Shell.
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      • Day in the life

      Tristan Ashford

      Tristan Ashford studied a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (1st Hons) and Bachelor of Economics at The University of Western Australia in 2015 and is now Fairview Operations Engineer at Santos.
      • Day in the life

      Tristan Ashford

      Tristan Ashford studied a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (1st Hons) and Bachelor of Economics at The University of Western Australia in 2015 and is now Fairview Operations Engineer at Santos.
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      • Day in the life

      Jun Song

      Jun Song studied a Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting and Tax at Curtin University, and is now an Economist at Shell.
      • Day in the life

      Jun Song

      Jun Song studied a Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting and Tax at Curtin University, and is now an Economist at Shell.
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