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5 Possible Future Jobs for Students who Love Maths
By Ultimate Maths | Tips & Tricks| July 25, 2015 | See comments
The following list includes jobs that are more or less directly
linked to mathematics. For all of them, a degree in mathematics is
either required or useful.
1.
Mathematician
Obviously, with good mathematics skills, you can become a
mathematician. Mathematicians use their advanced
mathematical skills to solve problems, find proofs or
investigate other mathematical concepts. They usually work
and do their studies at universities. Becoming a
mathematician requires you to be extremely passionate about
maths and you have to be very good at it as well.
2.
Maths Teacher/Professor
If you would like to work in the teaching industry and enjoy
maths, you could become a maths teacher or professor. This
involves teaching students maths and requires good
communication skills. Depending on what level of
mathematics you want to teach, you could become either an
elementary or secondary maths teacher or a university
professor (very high level of mathematics needed).
3.
Statistician
Statisticians are responsible for collecting, presenting and interpreting statistical data. They can work in a range of sectors ranging from health to
transportation. A lot of companies look out for good statisticians and the level of mathematics required is not too high.
4.
Financial Sector (Accountant/Financial Manager/…)
If you want to work in the financial sector, you can also find a lot of possible jobs related to mathematics. Whether you
want to be an accountant, an investment analyst or even the financial manager of a company, you will need some basic
maths skills. In these jobs you will work mainly with simple operations and statistics and sometimes you will need an
additional degree in economics or business management.
5.
Aerospace Engineer
This is an extremely interesting job for everyone who enjoys the concept of travelling to and exploring space. As an
aerospace engineer, you will be involved in the designing of rockets, artificial satellites and a lot of other space travel
related concepts. You will probably need an additional engineering or physics degree. However, a high level of mathematical understanding is very useful
for this job.
We hope that this short overview of maths related jobs has inspired you and has maybe gotten you to see maths from a different point of view. If you want to
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