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3 Good Reasons to Study Economic Management at God Embassy:
1. Economics has a reputation (but not among economists!) as a somewhat dry topic. It's a generalization that's wrong in several ways. First of all, economics isn't a single topic, but rather many topics. It's an approach that lends itself to many different fields, from microeconomics to industrial organization, government, econometrics, game theory and dozens of other fields.

You may not enjoy some of these fields, but if you are fascinated by the complexity of capitalism and would like to understand better how things work in a capitalist society, you'll probably find at least one of these areas that you'll really enjoy.
2. Terrific Job Opportunities for Economics Graduates

There are many opportunities for economics graduates. You are not guaranteed a good-paying job with an economics degree, but your chances are higher than in many other programs. With an economics degree, you can work in a variety of different fields from finance and banking to public policy, sales and marketing, civil service (government departments, the Federal Reserve, etc.), insurance and actuarial work. You can also go on to do further studies in economics, political science, business, or a variety of other fields. If you're certain your interest is in the business world, a business degree may also be a good fit, but an economics degree does open a lot of doors.

3. Economics Knowledge Is Useful at a Personal Level

When pursuing a degree in economics, you'll learn a lot of skills and knowledge that you can apply to other jobs or to your personal life.

Learning about interest rates, exchange rates, economic indicators and equity markets can help you make better decisions about investing and obtaining mortgages. As computers become more and more important in both our business and private lives, being able to use data intelligently gives you a tremendous advantage over persons with fewer skills who make a lot of decisions on impulse.

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Enhance your career prospects with an excellent masters qualification specialising in Project and management
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Why choose this Bachelors degree in Economic?

Widely recognised professional qualification that provides a solid grounding in the core areas of economics and econometrics

Acquire specialist knowledge in the field of Econometrics, Economics or Financial Economics, Gain analytical and statistical skills that have diverse applications in the business and finance sectors

Develop a broad range of transferable skills that are relevant across various industries

Politicians often talk about economic growth and its connection to job creation. But what does “economic growth” actually mean?
Let’s start with the basics. Economic growth occurs when a country’s production capacity increases. In other words, the country’s producers of goods and services are able to make more stuff.

The production level can be measured by gross domestic product (GDP), which is the total dollar value of the goods and services produced in a given year. So economic growth actually refers to an increase in GDP, which in turn leads to job creation and more employment. GDP increases in five ways:


1.Rise in labor participation: When the number of people producing goods and services goes up-often due to a population increase - an uptick in production generally follows. America’s labor force participation rate hovers around 63 percent - a 40-year low-one explanation for the country’s lackluster economic growth.

2.Discovery of new resources: The production of goods and services requires raw materials and other resources. When a new source of raw materials-such as oil or lumber-is discovered, more products are made. In large part because of fracking, the U.S. is now the largest natural gas producer in the world.

3.Increase in labor specialization: When the labor force gains more human capital, including skills and general knowledge, producers gain the tools to make more goods and provide more services. It’s one reason why education reform is so important.

4.New technology: The discovery of new processes, tools, or devices can lead to a huge jump in productivity. For example, the invention of the assembly line sped up the production of automobiles, clothing, and toys. When entrepreneurship results in new discoveries, the whole economy benefits.

5.Increased trade: When people trade their money for goods and services, a mutually beneficial exchange occurs that, when multiplied across the entire economy, increases growth and well-being. Reducing regulation, taxes, and barriers to trade will allow for more exchanges to occur.So the next time that a politician talks about economic growth, you’ll know whether he or she passed Economics 101.
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