That's the main issue, I don't really know but economics and commerce has always interested me. My main concern about doing a bachelor of economics, whether it be at Sydney or UNSW is that there isn't many employment opportunities in the economics field or am I wrong?
From that, there aren't too many positions in the economics field itself ("Small occupation"). In addition to that the vacancy levels are "very low". However, "Employment for Economists to 2016-17 is expected to grow moderately".
Regardless of all this, there will always be positions out there for people in any occupation if they excel at their field. Keep this in mind.
Thanks, that page is useful, as you said if I do well It will be easier and as the post below states that doing honours will help, thank you to everyone who has helped, I think I will do it, just a matter of whether at Sydney or UNSW
There is little difference. The economics major remains the same. B Arts allows you to choose more arts subjects, while in B econ you can choose more business school subjects. In B Econ, if you choose a second major in an arts subject, you wont be able to do any other arts electives - as you're only allowed 48 CP from the arts faculty.