Career Options

Here are some of the jobs available to international business economics majors:

  • International securities analyst: In this career, you conduct research on organization within a specific industry in order to make recommendations regarding investment strategy.
  • International operations analyst: As an international operations analyst, you accomplish business objectives by identifying and solving customer information and processing problems.
  • Economic development coordinator: Facilitate, promote and ensure community and economic development in order to secure opportunities for economic and business development and increase local employment.
  • Export manager: In this career, you serve as intermediary between foreign buyers and domestic sellers.
  • Export sales representative: Ensure that the sales figures for your organization’s products are increased by developing and implementing plans and strategies.
  • International trade specialist: In this career, monitor international credit and financial activities and evaluate import/export operations; ensure compliance to applicable international trade laws.
  • International development officer: As an international development officer, you work with developing countries to implement long-term and sustainable solutions to problems. Many in this career work on development projects in fields such as education, sanitation, health and agriculture. They also work in urban, rural and small business development.
  • Government relations advisor: Advise and assist direction for state and federal government affairs.
  • Economic Analyst: Conduct research, prepare reports or formulate plans to address economic problems related to the production and distribution of goods and services or monetary and fiscal policy.