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    I've been thinking about mathematics as a career, but i can't really see the financial/employment beenefits that studying maths has. What sort of jobs can you get with maths? please can you give details about salary, working time, what you're required to do etc.........

    Thank you, i really appreciate it.
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    ^ Above post is ignorant so ignore.

    Check out this link it tells you all the jobs related to your degree

    http://www.prospects.ac.uk/cms/ShowP...ions/p!empFbfg
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    (Original post by tanakataku7)
    I've been thinking about mathematics as a career, but i can't really see the financial/employment beenefits (sic.) that studying maths has. What sort of jobs can you get with maths? please can you give details about salary, working time, what you're required to do etc.........

    Thank you, i really appreciate it.
    I think that you pretty much struck gold there without realising it!
    By going into finance/economics, the financial rewards are huge! :yes:

    Heard anything about bankers' pay recently? :teeth:
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    (Original post by 9a3iqa)
    ^ Above post is ignorant so ignore.

    Check out this link it tells you all the jobs related to your degree

    http://www.prospects.ac.uk/cms/ShowP...ions/p!empFbfg
    Thnx man, pretty useful. it's just this site focuses on the money-making side of maths, eg accountants, statisticians that sortta thing. i'm wondering more about science-math like applied mathematics?? thnx
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    I think that you pretty much struck gold there without realising it!
    By going into finance/economics, the financial rewards are huge! :yes:

    Heard anything about bankers' pay recently? :teeth:
    Exactly :teeth: I don't have the heart for Medicine anymore so i've decided i'm going to do a maths degree :yes:
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    Exactly :teeth: I don't have the heart for Medicine anymore so i've decided i'm going to do a maths degree :yes:
    Haha!
    A medic without a heart ...
    You'd have to practise with other people's :teeth:

    Yep, maths (=£DO$H£) here we come! :yep:
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    GCHQ employ mathematicians: http://www.careersinbritishintelligence.co.uk/Jobs/
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    (Original post by 9a3iqa)
    ^ Above post is ignorant so ignore.

    Check out this link it tells you all the jobs related to your degree

    http://www.prospects.ac.uk/cms/ShowP...ions/p!empFbfg
    Secondary school teacher - teaches maths to pupils aged 11-18. A Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), or Scottish Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), is usually required.
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    if anyone's interested, the prospects of mathematicians sound very good, we also have nice working conditions and general job satisfaction, level of unemployment low etc....... the following link was VERY useful
    http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos043.htm

    Erm, but still one problem arises. If a mathematician was to work for the government (which is common apparently) what sort of job would they be doing?
 
 
 
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