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Unformatted text preview: CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Inflation, unemployment, taxation, poverty, and world trade are some of the topics within the scope of economics. Economics has two main subdivisions: microeconomics & macroeconomics. Microeconomics is the study of the economic environment of individual markets and the production and consumption decisions of individual firms, industries and persons. Macro- economics is the study of relationships and issues involving the economy as a whole, such as inflation, employment, and monetary and fiscal policy. Economics graduates work in a variety of fields. While most students with a bachelors degree will not work as economists, they have skills and training that will be useful in other careers, such as business, education, and government. Example positions: STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: Economics Club; Advisor: Katharine Kontak, 372-3882 Omicron Delta Epsilon the International Economics Society; Advisor: Dr. Mary Ellen Benedict, 372-2646 Check out the College of Business Administration website at www.business.bgsu.edu Check out the College of Business Administration website at www....
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