So this year I started college and I’m doing economics I have no idea why I chose economics but so far I’m really enjoying it but everyone around me keeps telling me I can’t do anything with an econs degree. After my principal of economics midterms I was the only student that got an A and so my professor called me into his office and began to advice me to try taking python classes to help link my economics degree to data science. Ever since he said it I’ve been looking into online resources to begin learning data science but there are sooo many sources that it’s confusing where to start from 🥺 I have like 3 years and 4 months till I graduate and I’d like to make good use of the time to learn more about data science or data analysis and maybe venture into other tech courses 🥺 so that by the time i graduate i can make a decision on what I want to do. can I please get some advice on how to go about it and if my plan is good 🥺 and any sources you’d recommend me watching or reading on to be better. Can you please tell me the advantages of moving to data science from economics. I know it’s not going to be easy for me but I’m willing to try🥺
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I have no coding experience at all or know what I would want to learn or should learn or what the languages mean or serve
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