>>Mainly the skills Economic students acquire when they join the program is quantitive skills, analyze policy and [inaudible], analyze how government policy affects the society. And if you work in a corporation, it will give you the idea how the government policy affect the corporations. As that way they can recommend some policy implication both for the government and for the corporation. Yeah, that’s what most our students were asking me, about half the economics graduates end up working in the government. This is both federal, local and regional offices and the State offices. And one of the, after they work in this government offices, they can also work in corporations or business firms or in law firms, basically to give them impact analysis about how government policy affects my firm or how government policy affects the society and things like that. Basically you can talk to any Economics Department faculty members. You can talk to me, but mainly you can talk to the Chair of the Department, Professor Julie Nelson or the Associate Chair of the Department, which is Professor John [inaudible].