I'm a 20 year-old Junior slated to graduate in December 2012 (3 1/2 years total). I'll be receiving a BA in Finance with a minor in Economics. My dilemma is whether to stick with this plan, which is easily attainable with overlap from business pre-requisites and economics, or just scrap the minor and go with a double-major in Finance/Economics. I've noticed that people here have stated that minors don't help much when seeking a job, so I'm wondering if a minor in Economics is worth it. I'd have to add a semester if I switch to a double-major, but I'd still be out in four years. Academic burden wouldn't be an issue for me. Ultimately my question would be is a minor in Economics enough, or do I need to get the double-major for it to be worth anything? I've chatted with my advisor, but sometimes they can be disconnected from how things ultimately work. I'm not particularly sure what I'll attempt to do with my career, so I'm sorry for aspirations not being able to help with suggestions. I knew I wanted something business-related, and I had an excellent Finance professor with whom I now work. This kind of solidified my choice. Thanks in advance for the suggestions.