Right now, I'm a freshman at a non-target school majoring in finance. My question is three-pronged:
1.) I've heard that Finance, Econ, and Accounting are by far the best degrees for landing on Wall Street. I've heard that Finance is slightly better in terms of entry-level opportunities, and I prefer finance as a major anyway. But is General Finance the way to go? Or International Finance? Or a different type? And then, B.S. or B.A. degree?
2.) Is it worth double majoring? I'm not sure what my second major would be, but what are some good ones? And do they truly make a difference in the application process?
3.) Is it even worth it to get a minor?
Thanks for helping me out, I know its alot but I'm just starting out and want to make sure I make the right choices.
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