Marketing Spotlight Series 2: Quant Careers

Limestone College Business

In continuation of our Marketing Spotlight Series, we are taking a look at the type of quantitative or analytics careers available for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in marketing.

At Limestone College, marketing majors are required to take courses in both marketing and other business disciplines such as accounting, finance, economics and statistics. This diverse quantitative focus ensures that students have a broad understanding of the business world and are qualified to pursue a wide range of quant-based careers.

Below, we’ve put together ten quant careers we’re excited about! According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupation Outlook Handbook, the percentage growth of most of these careers is above industry average, yielding a bright outlook for marketing students. Click below for more information about the careers, average salaries, ‘how to become one’ and more about their outlook.

Personal Financial Advisors

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 27%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 60,300

Financial Analysts

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 16%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 39,300

Cost Estimators

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 26%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 53,00

Management Analysts

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 19%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 133,800

Market Research Analysts

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 32%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 131,500

Survey Researchers

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 18%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 3,200


Job Outlook, 2012-22: 22%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 27,600

Sales Managers

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 8%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 29,000

Wholesale and Manufacturing Sales Representatives

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 9%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 169,300

Real Estate Brokers and Sales Agents

Job Outlook, 2012-22: 11%

Employment Change, 2012-22: 46,600


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