There are reasons why I chose to study Economics when I first entered university. Because I enjoy the topic. That’s an absolute must to study economics. I wouldn’t suggest anyone study economics if they do not enjoy at least some of the topics involved. Like anything in life, you get out of studying economics what you put in.
Economics teaches students how to understand and spot secondary effects and possible unintended consequences. This may seem relatively unimportant, but it’s the most useful thing I’ve received from my economics training. Most economics problems have secondary effects – the deadweight loss from taxation is one such secondary effect. A government creates a tax to pay for some needed social program, but the secondary effect of that tax is that it changes people’s behavior, causing economic growth to slow.
There are a lot of job opportunities for economics graduates. Because there are many opportunities for economics graduates. You are not guaranteed a good-paying job with an economics degree, but your chances are higher than in other programs. One of my interests as an undergraduate was philosophy, but I decided not to major in that because it seemed that the only possibility after completing my degree was law school – which did not appeal to me. With an economics degree you can work in a variety of different fields from finance and banking, public policy, sales and marketing, civil service (government departments, the Federal Reserve, etc.), insurance and actuarial work, etc. You can also go on to do further studies in economics, political science, business, or a variety of other fields.
Jawaria is an ex pat and studying in a UK college. Jawaria is a student of economics. Jawaria talks less, she is shy but she is a real hardworking girl. Jawaria concentrate 100% on her education. Jawaria is receiving good grades due to that hard work.