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Economics is the study of production, consumption, and distribution of goods, and services. Economic study attempts to clarify how the use of natural, technological, and financial resources affects the lives of human beings. Economic concerns can range from the study of how a low income family survives financially to the complex study of international trade laws between countries.

Major specializations: study of energy costs, business cycles, employment and unemployment, housing, health care, money policies, taxation, labor contracts, agriculture, and international trade.

Occupational Possibilities
Occupational possibilities in Economics include:

  • Chamber of Commerce Analyst
  • Credit/Loan Administrator
  • Demographer
  • Economist
  • Enviromental Researcher
  • Financial Aid Director
  • Financial Analyst
  • Financial Planner
  • Industrial Transport. Specialist
  • International Trade Specialist
  • Inventory Control Specialist
  • Investment Banking Analyst
  • Labor Relations Specialist
  • Marketing Research Statistician
  • Political Campaign Organizer
  • Public Administrator/Manager
  • Securites Broker
  • Treasury Management Specialist