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I enjoy Mathematics, what could my career be?

First, i love Mathematics!! I enjoy working with numbers. For a while know i have wanted to become a Math Teacher in Middle School. Know im thinking about something different. My passion and heart lies at Math, and Science. What should my career?


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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers offer a lot of great options, not to mention some of the highest salaries. PayScale has some great resources to help you plan a career path based on your interests, and education level. I've attached some resources for you to check out. You may want to consider a career in Applied Mathematics, or Statistics.

    Best of luck!

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  • aoay
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    have you ever seen being a mathemetician? i'm no longer kidding - my neighbor is a retired mathematician. he's have been given a PHD and is a genius, yet didnt ought to fret approximately coaching, purely inventing new mathematical theories (i'm purely removing the obtrusive option.) heavily theres consistently accounting, engineering or economics, all of which contain math. Acuarial technology (the occupation of being an actuary) makes use of math. government workers of all ranges ought to have the skill to do long branch. Carpenters must be sturdy at fractions. on the different hand, you could desire to easily get an illustration that publicizes "will sparkling up equations for money" and stand via parkway ramps. or purely initiate writing equations on each and every blackboard until eventually you get observed. It worked for Matt Dammon.

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  • 7 years ago

    well, theres alot of different careers that involve mathematics!

    ^^ the top 10 careers that involve math! :)

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  • 7 years ago

    an accountant

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