I'm currently trying to decide between a standard Econ major or a business economics major at UChicago. Both are similar, but the business economics track is touted as being much easier than the standard Econ track, allowing for a higher GPA. Will taking the standard Econ track hold me back during recruiting season, if a lot of other people have inflated GPAs due to the business economic tracks?
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