Also Solved by Paul S. Bruckman: An Interview by Dr. Thomas P. Dence, Professor of Mathematics
Mathematics training often leads to careers in actuarial science, statistics, engineering and physics. Those with a bachelor’s degree and proper licensure often become teachers of mathematics. Many mathematicians work for the federal and state governments including the Department of Defense. Private sector employers include research and development companies, technical consulting firms and insurance companies. Experts anticipate average job growth of about 10 percent between 2006 and 2016.1 Learn More about careers for mathematics majors!
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