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You have not mentioned your major .Still I shall try to give you some idea regardless of this deficit.
If you are an economics student you have a wide range of options available to you. You can specialize in statistics, econometrics, actuarial economics. Opportunities abound for you in investment banks, brokerage services and IT firms. You can also develop your skills in stuff like macro and micro economics. Financial publications will absorb you if you have statistical and software skills Some thorough knowledge of simple software like excel spreadsheet will help you. If you specialize in stuff like OPENSTAT , it might help you.
If your major in English, you can always be a teacher. Language coaches are in demand in voice-based call centres and IT firms. There is the media too. If you are proficient in English and your mother tongue, there are vacancies for the posts of interpreters (translators) with the numerous publications and media. There are around 20,000 such vacancies ri