I used to read for leisure all the time as a kid and I really enjoyed it. It feels like every time I try to pick up an book now I don't have the attention span or patience required because I can just be on my phone instead (those damn millennials!) For perspective, I'm a college student so I do a fair bit of reading for classes in general but I miss being able to just read a book for fun
I'm interested in applied micro, but am not really sure where I should be looking. I have some think tanks in mind, but barely any of them pay their interns.
University of Kansas Economics sophomore here. After graduation, I'd like to take a year off with a Fulbright term or something related to that and then work at a think tank. I'd also like to get a PhD in applied micro. I know I need to be able to do math, but would it be better to do a double major or just a minor? Thanks in advance, friends!