Economics is exciting. One could answer any question he or she observes in everyday life with the economic way of thinking.
At the school, I illustrate the economic way of thinking on international trade and the world economy. I also teach the toolkits of an economist which are mathematics and statistics.
As an empirical economist, I have used data to measure the effects of government spending on the economy as well as the effects of language of instruction on earnings and education.
It is a subject broad enough to interest anyone, yet the rigour of an economics degree equips its student with the analytical skills sought after by the employers, signalled by good earnings of economics graduates around the world.
As a teacher and a researcher, I continue to find economics rewarding to work with.