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07-16-2011, 06:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Islanders1932 View Post
Okay so I just graduated college with a degree in Mathematics, people tell me I can do anything, but then when I ask them what they say I can teach.

Is anybody on these boards working at a job that involves a lot of math and calculations? Cause I really want to find a job that just involves a lot of problem solving and would be interesting in hearing about anyone who is working in a position like that right now.
umm...I guess being good at logic and not so good at creativity...come on..there are LOADS of math oriented jobs!

You like hockey right? Well, look for a role as a statistician...if that doesn't work, try the other major sports. Try any large F500 company..most need some sort of number cruncher other than accountants..most likely in tandem with an economist to calculate cost benefit...try NGO's that deal with sustainable development. World Bank, UN, NATO etc.

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