After graduating with a major in economics, I plunged into the world of technology and went from programming and data analysis to strategic consulting in the sphere of digital technologies. I use the skills and knowledge gained at the Faculty every day. Over the course of four years, we examined economics through thousands of prisms: from its principles and history, through aesthetics and philosophy, to physics and fractality. The most important thing we learned was to see the world broadly, think deeply and critically, and successfully adapt to a rapidly changing world. I don't know the field in which I will be working in 5–10 or 30 years, but I am confident that I will always need these skills.