Economics majors, trained to think analytically and to communicate their ideas clearly, are exceptionally well-prepared for professional life. Alumni in recent years have gone on to jobs in business and policy analysis, banking, health care, law, management, and teaching. A sampling includes:
Peter Nolan Class of 2011
After Kenyon: Business analyst, JPMorgan Chase, New York City
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Nate Gabriel Class of 2010
After Kenyon:Junior trader, Lynx Capital Partners, New York City
Outside of Class: Head of the percussion section for the Kenyon College Symphonic Wind Ensemble; also plays guitar and piano
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Lauren Keiling Class of 2008
Minor: Studio Art
Job: Research analyst, audience research for ESPN
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Melissa King Class of 2009
After Kenyon: Purchasing Manager, Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio
Outside of Class: Community Advisor, Housing and Residential Life; lifeguard; wind ensemble
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Jingwan Chen Class of 2009
Major: Math and economics
After Kenyon: Relationship Management Associate-Asia, T. Rowe Price, Baltimore, Maryland
Outside of Class:Ballroom Dance Club, racquetball, ceramics, piano
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