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What to do with a Math major? Double major in Econ and Math vs Math major and Econ minor

confusedfikerconfusedfiker Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
Hi beautiful people,
I am currently a first year at Hamilton College ( 45% of students major or minor in Econ). I have been taking Math and Econ courses with the idea of double majoring in Econ and Math. However, I am having a lot difficulty with Econ. I have tried both Macroeconomics and Microeconomics- I don't even enjoy the classes. Math- statistics and stuff is what I am interested right now, and would like to work in Wall Street. I thought about majoring in Stats, but Hamilton doesn't have that major. Anyways, I am trying to decide what to do major in Math and minor in Econ ( I am three classes away from minoring) or tough it out and major in both.
Thanks!
Also, I am international student- if that makes a difference.

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