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Would this be possible? Degree would be in finance, large amounts of econ modules within my degree however would not doing a straight econ degree be held against me?
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I didn't think there were many jobs doing this sort of work. the only "macro research" jobs I can think of normally want people with advanced degrees.
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I didn't think there were many jobs doing this sort of work. the only "macro research" jobs I can think of normally want people with advanced degrees.
Oh right, from my understanding it was possible to work in macro research as a grad at both IB's and on the buy side.
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Would this be possible? Degree would be in finance, large amounts of econ modules within my degree however would not doing a straight econ degree be held against me?
Difficult - it would definitely count against you. You might be able to land an analyst role but you won't get much higher without going to econ grad school.

(I summer interned in a BB macro research team)
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