Why did you switch your major?
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Switch your major?” My answer is simple and straightforward. I am not leaving the field of econometrics but empowering my perspective through the theories in sociology. This change is a golden opportunity for me to look at different layers of the event, but not only through the window of econometrics. After all, interdisciplinary study is a norm in modern academia, so ‘switching’ sounds like a term that requires a binary change. However, avoiding this binary approach, I think of research or learning as a never- ending experience that needs to be carried out through diverse perspectives such as psychology, sociology and politics. In sum, I believe in the power of life-long learning and benefiting from neighboring domains of research for a richer analysis of my data. As an insurance agent, I have not suffered from studying sociology but have always utilized my learning in building bridges with customers and understanding the dynamics of customer loyalty...