Career opportunities in mathematics are in four different areas: working in the actuarial or financial services sectors; applying mathematics in business, government or industry; doing research and teaching mathematics at a university; and teaching mathematics in a college or secondary school. Math graduates work as analysts, consultants or programmers for businesses; as financial, numerical or systems analysts for financial or high-tech companies; as actuaries for insurance and mutual fund companies; as consultants, cryptologists, mathematicians or statisticians for the government; or as mathematicians in research labs. Below are sample occupations. For more information about what you can do with a Mathematics major, visit the Career Services office, SVC 2088.
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Related Mathematics Links:
American Mathematical Society
Association for Women in Mathematics
Institute of Mathematical Statistics
Mathematical Association of America
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
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