Learners Enrolled: 256 (Past) + 1 (Active)
Course Duration: 60 Days
Course Fees (INR): 3000/-
Jobs & Career Opportunities:
Some of the career options exist in private sector (Economist, Financial Risk Analyst, Data Analyst, Financial Planner) as well as in public sector (Governor, Various officers at Reserve Bank of India, RBI).
Professional Economist: Economists are responsible for analyzing market trends, advising businesses and governments on economic decisions, and developing econometric models for forecasting, among other duties. Economists will need to distill complex economic data to non-technical audiences, requiring excellent communicative ability.
Financial Risk Analyst: A financial risk analyst identifies and analyses potential risks threatening the financial position of commercial and industrial corporations and public/private organisations.
Data Analyst: Data analysts work with data to help their organizations make better business decisions. Using techniques from a range of disciplines, including computer programming, mathematics, and statistics, data analysts draw conclusions from data to describe, predict, and improve business performance. They form the core of any analytics team and tend to be generalists versed in the methods of mathematical and statistical analysis.
Financial Advisor: A financial advisor is a personal financial planner whose primary job is to plan investments and manage money in a way that generates the best return for the principal. It is essentially a number game and would be challenging as well as rewarding for those who like the number games and have a keen interest in economics and finance.
Agricultural Economist: Agricultural Economists are expected to apply their business concepts and problem solving techniques to manage farms and agricultural resources. They also forecast market trends for farm products. They keep a close check on the changing trends and predict the reason for such changes and improvise strategies according to the market’s demand.
Investment Analyst: Investment analysts collect information, perform research, and analyze assets, such as stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities. Investment analysts often focus on specific niches to become experts in their chosen fields, such as a particular industry, a geographical region, or a specific asset class.
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