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  1. What is economics? What do economists study, and why is it important? If you are considering a major in economics, then this information from the American Economic Association (AEA) can help you decide if economics is right for you: http://www.aeaweb.org/students/
  1. Are you interested in a business career that utilizes the economics you have learned, but you aren’t sure what kinds of jobs are available? The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) has great profiles of business professionals in a number of fields – consulting, non-profit development, risk analysis, law, banking, and more – who are using economics in their careers every day. You can also read about salary information and see the great earning potential for graduates in economics: http://www.nabe.com/Careers/index
  1. Ready to start your search for jobs in economics? A great place to find career opportunities is the NABE Business Economics Career Center: http://www.econjobs.nabe.com/
  1. Additional information on career tracks in economics and finance and salary information is available from the American Economic Association: http://www.aeaweb.org/students/Careers.php
  1. Information on finance careers can be found on Investopedia:
    http://www.investopedia.com/university/financial-careers/and additional information on careers and the Financial Management
    Association is available at: http://www.fma.org/student

  2. What careers are available in the real estate industry? Why is the study of real estate development important? If you are considering a career in real estate, additional information is available from the National Association of Realtors: http://www.realtor.org/REALTORorg.nsf/pages/careers.