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An analyst will need to have a very good honours degree (often a First and a prize winner; minimum of 2:1) and a Masters degree in economics. Candidates with doctorates start further up the salary scale.

The successful candidate will be highly numerate and will demonstrate strong problem-solving skills.  Candidates with a sound background in micro-economics, industrial organisation and/or econometrics will have an advantage. 

Applicants should also have good communication and team-working skills and be able to work on their own initiative.

From day one, entry-level recruits are given the opportunity to contribute ideas and drafts to analyses and reports; to meet clients; and to manage priorities and deadlines.  Analysts work closely with other junior staff as well as senior staff on a daily basis, and are provided with the support and training needed to develop as an economic consultant.


An intern will usually be in their final year of an undergraduate course in economics or pursuing a postgraduate economics degree.

An internship at Europe Economics is an excellent way to gain consultancy experience.  Successful candidates will have good drafting and research skills.  From the outset, interns are involved in client project-teams and are expected to contribute ideas.

How to Apply

To apply for an entry-level position at Europe Economics, please send us your curriculum vitae with a covering letter.

Applications should be sent to