mmmmmmmmmmmm math teachers turn me on
Repeat after me: "would you like fries with that, Sir ? "
Teacher, high school through junior college
Computer science work, programmer
Assistant to Physicists, Astronomers, doing the math crunching (data work) for them
Statistician work, Actuarial science for insurance company
Get a concentration in statistics. There is a huge need in many fields for Actuaries. You will need to become certified.
Depending on your country, that could be done after university, take a look at the link below
Don't fall into the category of students who leave uni and end up working in a fast food chain.
Maths can be applied to anything(almost).
Are you into cars? Why not contact Maclaren F1 team(or any F1 team) and speak to therm about engineering opportunities. Buy a copy of Auto sport magazine, there are plenty of job adverts in the back for that sort of thing.
Aero space engineering is another option.
Go onto monster jobs on the Internet and create an on-line CV and see if anyone contacts you.
Tinker, tailer, soldier sailer. Butcher baker, candlestick maker? Oh! or maybe a maths teacher. Wow, am I clever!
possibilities are endless. if i were you i would work for the federal government.
There are a lot of options. In industry, actuarial work is one of the most obvious - or something else in the quantitative side of financial analysis. In the academic world, there is actually being a mathematician. And then there are tons of other jobs, like business consulting, where they just want someone who's smart, willing to work hard, and can think logically. Mathematicians are perfect for that.
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