Hi there - when I was in high school I originally thought of being an economist. In my second year of University, I learned about Ron Paul and TRUE economics - not the centrally planned, Keynesian non-sense they were spouting. It was so influential on me that I changed programs to the sciences to try being a doctor. Unfortunately, I don't think I want to go to school for that long.
My question: what type of employment could one receive as a free-market/austrian economist? Why would a company want to hire an economist that pretty much says 'the future can't be quantified into a simple mathematical equation. order is spontaneous and human interaction can not be predicted accurately long term'? Any advice or opinions on the subject would be appreciated as I'm considering going back to school and economics has always fascinated me.
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