Learning – Job profiles at The Indian Economist are not narrow and rigidly defined. They are broad and flexible, giving Associates an opportunity to gain experience across the business value chain and functions. The collaborative team environment and fast-paced work-streams combine to give a valuable learning experience that stays with you long after you have left the organisation
Mentorship – The senior team members at The Indian Economist are always willing and available to mentor Associates and help them develop their skills and profile. The Indian Economist believes in helping the Associates succeed in their endeavors beyond the organisation as well, by providing advice, helping with skills and training and providing access to useful business and social networks
Leadership – The Indian Economist provides unique opportunities to gain leadership experience in your area of specialisation. Leading a team of between 3 to 30 individuals will enable you to grow as a leader and get a steep learning curve early on in your career.
Network – The Indian Economist network is extensive. We currently host more than 400 columnists from across the world. More than 1,000 individuals have worked with us as Associates over the past 4 years. You will get to work with 100+ Associates in the current team – spread all over India. The Indian Economist gives you unique opportunities to grow your network and make friends from all over the country.
Work environment – As a startup that operates digitally, The Indian Economist believes in providing flexibility to you to enable you to balance your academic and professional commitments with the work you do at The Indian Economist. You will find the environment here young, friendly and merit driven. We believe firmly in Facebook’s original motto – ‘Move fast and break things’. Mistakes are welcome here at The Indian Economist. We err, learn and grow.
The Indian Economist. For the Curious Mind.