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How to promote your economics job opportunity

For a small admin fee of just $110 inc. GST, you can promote you economics position on this page.

Your advert will be posted on this Central Council web page and filtered to all branches nationally, including the Women in Economics website.  In addition, if the timing fits, it will be included in the NSW branch newsletter which is distributed at the beginning of each month, at no added cost.  

Send us your job information in Word format, along with your company logo, or contact our administrator for more information.  Payment by can be made by credit card.

Below are current opportunities that we are aware of.  Please follow the links to learn more and to apply.


 

Economists - AEMC

To conduct research and analysis and provide high-quality advice and recommendations on economic issues affecting the energy market to inform project decisions and support the strategic priorities of the AEMC.

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Graduate Research Economists & Graduate Policy Analysts

Do you enjoy exploring data, undertaking research and producing recommendations? Would you like an opportunity to provide advice on a diverse range of key policy challenges facing Australia, in an internationally recognised agency?

Join our 2025 graduate program (Melbourne and Canberra)

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Senior Associate, Economics and Capital Markets

The Future Fund is Australia's Sovereign Wealth Fund. Today, we manage over $250 billion across six public asset funds. Our purpose is clear: we invest for the benefit of future generations of Australians.

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NT Government Graduate Development Program

2025 Graduate Program (Darwin)

Opportunities for future leaders to develop knowledge and skills while making a difference in the Territory.

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CHE PhD Studentship Opportunity 2024/2025

The Centre for Health Economics (CHE) at the University of York is offering a funded PhD studentship to start next academic year 2024/2025 (UK rate only).

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