Hello Micro Economics Class Dustin Garza
I'm about 40 credits into my journey to get a business degree. The plan is to transfer to Regis once I have completed what classes I can at Front Range. I know from taking Macro that economics is interesting but can be tough at times and time consuming so my only concerns are making sure I can juggle it with my other classes, job, and family.
I am married with two teenage boys and two dogs so the family side of things can get busy. We enjoy doing a lot of outdoor stuff like snowboarding, camping, and golfing. The job is no less busy, I am a sales manager for a steel distributor. Economics is an important part of business so I look forward to applying anything I can from this class. I will apologize now for continuing to reference the steel industry in any of my discussion posts. Hope everyone does well this semester.