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What jobs fits me?

What jobs fit me?

I am interest in math major, and my career goal is to have lots of time with my family, and well paid. What are some particular jobs that fits my requirements?

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Suriya’s Answer

I agree that having a strong math background will give you lots of options once you graduate. One thing I want to add is that a math major is also much closer to computer science than it is generally perceived to be. Consider taking some good foundational programming and stats classes and it will improve your flexibility significantly.
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Jane S.’s Answer

The math major will give you lots of flexibility. You can be a math teacher, or a statistician, or work for a government agency . . . anything! You should gain experience with summer work and internships. When you are ready for the job market, be open to many suggestions, but try for a job that has clear hours. Like 40 each week. Other positions may make you work “until the job is done” which may be 50 or 60. You will be expected to put work FIRST among your priorities.
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Karissa’s Answer

Hello! It is great that you are interested in math! I would recommend looking into teaching certification/state requirements for where you live! Maybe even start by offering tutoring or working at a math learning center like Kumon while you are still in school. Best of luck as you continue to work towards your goal!
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William’s Answer

Hey Junhao!
You may get a teaching qualification and license to operate a school. Simply run online school from home.
You may go into professional blogging or other online service portals from home.
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Judy’s Answer

Consider a Certified Public Accountant. You will be busy during tax season (Jan -April) but you will achieve your goals if you are good at it.
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