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Economics although called the dismal science is a vibrant field that encompasses so much more than just money or finance. Economics is the science of studying markets but it also can be used to study many different variables and how they affect the world around them. It could be prices affecting how many goods are produced, or perhaps the centralization of work opportunities on labor markets. This could even be something you might not think to pair with economics such as the effect of education on crime these are all economics. Studying this field can give you an entirely new insight into the world and create a more successful you.
These are some good supplemental tools to get some extra practice.
Below links to definitions are all linked to investopedia.
This guide created by Zachary Grisham UAB intern from January-April 2018.