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            I am a highly motivated, ambitious, hardworking young man, and I believe that I can be an asset to a business if given a chance to prove myself.  While majoring in Labor Economics, I have completed all of my classes with an overall GPA of 3.1.  I believe that the analytical skills that I have received while completing this degree will enable me to be a very, successful Economist.

            Furthermore, I have completed a minor in Entreprenuership, and while pursuing my minor, I have studied abroad in Bangalore India while completing an upper level class in Management in India. I think that these courses complement my major perfectly since entrepreneurship plays a major roll in our Economy. While studying in India, I also traveled to Delhi, Agara, Mumbi, Hyderabad, Maysore, and Bangalore.

My Educational Objectives  

            I intend to graduate May of 2009 with a Bachelors in Labor Economics. I have chosen this field because it is a very challenging discipline that keeps me on my toes and interested. I plan to intern spring and summer 2009 in order to learn as much as I can about the field before I graduate. After graduation, I want to move into my career while attending grad school for a Masters in Economics. After my educational career, my goal is to eventually start working for the Labor Department of the United States government.

 

My career objectives

            Throughout my career, I want to be involved in determining the demand and supply of labor in the United States of America. I believe that everyone who looks for a job should be able to find one; moreover, I also believe that our purpose in life is to work on contributing to the greater good. Currently I am a student at the University of Akron, and I am learning all of the skills that will enable me to complete my career objectives. If I do not join the Labor Department, my next choice is to become an executive for a major corporation. I believe that either path that I pick will lead me to my purpose as an economist, and fulfill my personal need to analyze extremely large amounts of data.