I think you should study mostly because you want to study and not try to guess what the job market…

My Masters degree cost me over $27,000 (at the University of Washington). It’s hard to justify that on the basis of interest alone, although I do find computational finance fascinating.

If you master computational finance (which is difficult on a variety of levels) then the way your mastery is tested is whether you make money. Finance is not the Glass Bead Game.

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