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What jobs can you get with a math degree?

I am planning on majoring in mathematics because I love the subject, but I am not sure what kind of career options I will have/ #mathematics #doctorate-degree

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Estelle’s Answer

Math often leads to computer science jobs and analytics/encryption. Many math majors go to work in the military or go to work in research to study modeling of research results. Of course, many math majors go on to teach.
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Andrew’s Answer

Many fields require math major, if you are really good at statistics and economy, work for financial companies to calculate risk and investment strategy potentially earn 100k+ each year, but do not limit to that, feel free to explore more.

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Lisa G.’s Answer

You might want to check out the website BeAnActuary (http://beanactuary.org) beanactuary. An actuary is a business professional who evaluates risk, often in an insurance company. There are also more nontraditional opportunities for actuaries because risk is so much a part of modern life.


If you like what you see on the website you should know that you need to be a self starter as an actuary, so you can pass the exams required to get the credentials while you are also working in a business environment. But you don't have to go to school beyond an undergraduate degree to get these credentials.

Lisa G. recommends the following next steps:

Checkout the website BeAnActuary (http://beanactuary.org)
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Wael’s Answer

Check the link below.


http://www.westfield.ma.edu/math/careers/math.html

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