What to do with this major...
|Accounts Payable Team Leader||Business Broker||Land Surveyor|
|Actuary||Cartographer||Market Research Analyst|
|Air Quality Investigator||Cell Researcher Chemist||Mathematician|
|Appraiser||Certified Public Accountant||Operations Management|
|Astronomer||Chief Financial Officer||Operations Research Analysis|
|Audit Coordinator||City Management Analyst||Physicist|
|Avionics Technician||Computer Programmer||Political Scientist|
|Bank Examiner||Consumer Credit Counselor||Project Estimator|
|Bank Officer||Credit Manager||Radar Technician|
|Biomedical Equipment Technician||Educator||Structural Engineer|
|Brain Researcher||Financial Planner||Systems Analyst|
Personal Characteristics to be Successful
Able to frame inquiry and respond objectively
Concentrate for long periods of time
Conduct and clearly explain scientific research
Make sound judgments and decisions
Proficient with scientific calculator
Proficient in writing, speaking, and memorization
Employment opportunities in Mathematical Sciences: Job openings are listed by state with detailed descriptions and contact information to employers.
Mathematics of Cartography: Gives information about the links between mathematics and cartography, along with job listing sites, professional organizations, and links to colleges that offer degrees in cartography.
What can you do with a math degree? Information about different career paths such as statistics, computer science, research, etc.
Careers in Mathematics: University of Michigan Mathematics department has information about what you can do with a math major, how math is used in industry, how to find a math job, and other information about math careers.
Major Resource Kit: Mathematics: Lots of extra information about what you can do with a math major, types of companies that employ math majors, links to other websites, and University of Delaware Career Services information to help find jobs.
American Mathematical Society: Provides helpful links to possible math related careers. These links lead to pages that list career possibilities. There are also further links that give descriptions of the careers listed.
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics: Whether you are a student considering a career in mathematics, or an established mathematician, you will find the job-search and career information resources in this section invaluable.
Mathematical Association of America: Helpful site that provides aid and information to those researching and entering the field of mathematics.