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Studying about Economics

An economics degree will show you the processes involved in making financial decisions. You'll learn about the distribution of wealth and services amongst individuals and groups in different contexts throughout society. Focusing strongly on mathematics and statistics, it will bode well if you're an analytical individual who enjoys problem-solving. As a graduate of this subject you could find yourself working in accounting, stock, risk management or data science.

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