Six Economics majors share with us how they’re dreaming big and where their major will take them in their professional goals.
“My long-term professional dream goal is to be able to apply my knowledge of economics and business along side my personal interests to find a career path best fitting for me.” says junior Carolyn Cover, an Economics major pursuing a minor in Business Administration, a transfer from Rowan College at Burlington County and from Mount Laurel, NJ (Burlington County).
“In the short term, I plan to finish independent research essays on different Blockchain topics which I can disperse through online platforms such as LinkedIn and Medium. Additionally, I am learning programming languages to supplement my education from university classes. Within the next two years, I will be working for an internship or entry level job in addition to helping grow the Rowan Blockchain Club.” says junior Ryan Brubeck an Economics major with a Mathematics minor from Westwood, NJ (Bergen County).
Dayne Costa plans to go to graduate school and become a professor or a dean in the future. “I will use my economics degree to help teach others the wonders of economics.” he says. Dayne also holds a Certificate of Undergraduate Studies in Public Policy and is a transfer from West Virginia University and from Hammonton NJ (Atlantic County)
“My short-term goal is to find a great entry level job after I graduate that opens the door for promotions and growth.” says junior Rachel Ricci an Economics major with a minor in Business Administration, a transfer from Rowan College of South Jersey from Millville, NJ (Cumberland County)
“In the long term, I would like to be a Certified Accountant and Professional Farmer.” says senior Amir Ross an Economics and Accounting major a transfer from Rowan College at Burlington County from Palmyra, NJ (Burlington County)
“My dream is to be financially stable while still being able to challenge myself and grow in my field as my career advances. I want to feel secure but never stuck, bored, or uninspired.” says first-generation college senior Nick Scheurer an Economics major with a minor in Business Administration and Certificate of Undergraduate Studies in Management Information Systems from Flemington, NJ (Hunterdon County)
A transfer from Cumberland County College, senior Tamora Hill wants to I want to work with personal finance, activism work, global economics and inequality. A first generation college student and a commuter, Tamora plans to attend graduate school. Her long-term goal is to start an economics firm and children’s book series.
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