Jason Samuel Bujaroski

About me:

I have recently graduated from The University of Wollongong (UOW) with first-class honours in economics. After graduating from my honours degree, I became a Casual Academic Tutor at The School of Economics at UOW, and have since taught a variety of first- and third-year subjects. In addition to tutoring, I also work as a Research Assistant at The Centre for Human & Social Capital Research where I process, evaluate and analyse economic datasets for faculty researchers on an ad-hoc basis. As an ambitious economist, I have always had a keen interest in mathematical and economic modelling and undertook a combination of intermediate and advanced econometrics courses throughout my undergraduate studies.

My sole ambition is to apply my understanding of economic theories and methodologies to create meaningful change in the world. I hope to develop and leverage my economic arsenal to solve complex issues as they pertain to the health sector, education system, transport industries, labour markets, environment and energy sector.

I am inspired by the achievements of Bill Gates, Christopher Gardner, Elon Musk, and the late Nelson Mandela. One day, I hope to be able to summarise economic phenomena as succinctly as Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the workings of astrophysics.