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I am attending the University of Michigan in the near future and will probably add math as a double major to my economics major. I enjoy learning, maybe not necessarily "love" math but i love learning and embarking on things that will benefit me and i have an interest in math and am willing to work hard.
1. will double majoring in math pose a high risk for my gpa to fall?
2. Is double majoring in Econ/Math or just minoring in math the best option?
3. Will mathematics and Econ combined result in a lot more classes thus more years of school, or will there usually be overlap classes?
4. what SPECIFIC benefits does adding a mathematics major have?
5. If not math what other majors would accompany economics well?
6. What kind of jobs are most frequently aquired from an Econ/Math degree?
any other feedback is welcomed of course:)