ECON 429A

Professional Development for Emerging Economists I

Description: Seminar, two hours. Limited to Master of Applied Economics students. Designed to help students develop professional skills essential for success in professional business settings. Aids students in translating topics covered in other courses into language and format that is accessible to industry/non-academic settings. Students conduct labor market research, identify and analyze industry trends, and develop targeted plan to achieve professional success. Exploration of skills identification, goal setting, researching employment market, and résumé writing. Letter grading.

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