Hi All, Just wondering after speaking with a few people what majors are going to be the most beneficial in getting jobs etc. I know they say to study what you enjoy but I'm not really enjoying any components of my commerce degree (except perhaps commercial law but I don't think that alone will get you a good job) so I don't really mind the short-term pain of studying hard for anything. I'm doing an economics major through my other degree, so I guess I just need something for my commerce. I'm not the best at stats, I'm OK at maths but at the same time I don't want something super maths intensive. I guess something else I've found interesting is how relevant statistics is to business (for me) but I'm not good enough to just do a major in quantitative business analysis because that's just crazy amounts of maths. I've heard conflicting things about finance, some say the maths is easy and others hard, but it sounds by far more interesting than say marketing. Accounting is the bane of my existence, but I could be swayed if it has more job prospects than finance. If anyone has any advice, I'd love to hear it.