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If you are interested in how a business or organization works – its strategy, management and operations, then a career as an Economics consultant might just be the career for you.
The broad span of providing consulting work to businesses and organisations makes it an attractive career, offering you a:
- Variety of projects;
- Challenges; and
- Opportunities for personal development.
What does an Economics consultant do?
An Economics Consultant helps businesses and organisations improve their performance and grow by solving problems and finding new and better ways of doing things.
The job involves:
- determining and clarifying strategic and operational problems via consultation
- identifying problems and seeking solutions
- reviewing current strategy
- undertaking research into the industry sector, markets and competitors
- collecting, analysing and interpreting data and statistics
- compiling and presenting information verbally, visually and in writing
Graduates from an academic background can enter the profession. A degree in business, management, economics, or statistics can be an advantage. Relevant experience can be beneficial particularly for mature candidates.
Key skills for Economics Consultants
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Analytical abilities.
- Good numerical skills.
- Communication skills.
- IT skills.