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Economics As Your Profession
Q: Are you looking for an opportunity to use your skills and interests to enhance the well-being of your community?
Q: Are you intrigued by discussions about the status of our food supply, job opportunities, the banking system, health care services, urban community development, poverty, AIDS, corporate finance, international competition or public utilities?
Q: Are public officials ignoring what you perceive are central issues for the next decade?
Q: Is an annual salary of $65,000 or higher an attractive option?
If you have answered yes to several of the above questions, the profession of ECONOMICS may be a good path for you to choose.
Paths to an Economics Career
Profiles of Six African-American Economists
Bernard Anderson, Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Labor
Samuel L. Myers, Jr., Roy Wilkins Professor of Human Relations and Social Justice, University of Minnesota
Margaret Simms, Vice President for Research, Joint Center for Political & Economic Studies
David Swinton, President, Benedict College
Clifton R. Wharton, Jr., former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TIAA-CREF
Stephanie Wilson, Group Vice President, Abt Associates, Inc.