Ever since I took my first economics course as a freshman in college, I fell in love with the field. As I continued my studies, both in the classroom and outside of it, my love for economics increased.
I am not sure why I am so fascinated by the subject, to be honest. It might be because I am reasonably good at it. It might be that after a mediocre high school career doing really well in the economics course I took in my first semester in college made me feel very good about myself. Maybe I attached those good feelings to the field of economics and I would feel the same way about another subject had I taken that subject instead.
The above is possible, but I think it's much more than that. Here are a few reasons why I love economics:
Studying economics has made me a more educated and intelligent person allows me to live a more informed life. I love this field of study and I believe anyone who takes the time and puts in the effort to study this social science which tries so hard to be a real science will fall in love with the subject as well.
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